They call him Old Dog, because he is old. At a distance of 90 feet, roughly the length from third base to home plate, you might handicap him at a hard 40, and you wouldn't be far off. He's got the hardscrabble, rough-hewn build of a longshoreman—a barrel chest resting over a muscled paunch, a swell of bicep under the uniform sleeve, a paw of whorled,... More >>>