As a normal person, it’s difficult to imagine myself doing most things professional athletes do with ease while engaged in competition. But breaking a baseball bat over my knee in disgust may be the most far-fetched. Anyone who has ever tried to replicate Bo Jackson’s signature move learns one thing: it hurts badly.
The bat snapped as if it were made out of balsa wood.
This, of course, was a righteous killing because we all know it’s always the bat’s fault when a hitter strikes out. Good riddance.