Every great batter works on the theory that the pitcher is more afraid of him than he is of the pitcher.
Of course, in Cobb’s case, there is the addendum “Especially when the batter in question carries a pistol.”
Ha, indeed! I would’ve loved to watch him play, but would not want to get on his bad side, for sure.
In Cobb’s case they probably were.
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