ESPN Book: Still sifting through the 700-page beast, which is for sale Tuesday. There are random nuggets everywhere, and here’s one about Gary Miller, the former Sportscenter anchor (he left in 2004), who was arrested in 1997 during the American League Championship Series for urinating out of a window on an off-duty cop. Miller’s side (page 390): “I have to take a leak really bad, so I walk out and see the line is all the way across the bar and up the stairs … so I found an empty bottle in the corner and I’m peeing into this bottle and I finish doing that, and I didn’t really turn and these guys grab me and say, ‘You’re under arrest.'” [Previously on the ESPN Book]
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