OK, Let’s make this very clear. These videos are NSFW (Not Safe for Work) due to language.
Playing for Peanuts is a documentary style television series about minor league baseball. The ten episode series followed the South Georgia Peanuts of the independent South Coast League during their 2007 season and centers around former Mets player and current AAA Buffalo Bison’s coach Wally Backman. The Peanuts won their league that year with a 59-28 record.
One of the most talked about moments of the series revolved around outfielder Doc Brooks being ejected for arguing balls and strikes with the umpire. Wally was very perturbed with the ejection and decided to let the umpire know that he was very disappointed with the call.
Well it looks like the documentary now has an “Uncensored” version that was released on 04/01 and they just released a new clip of Wally and company to wet our appetites for the ever elusive F-Bomb. According to “Deadspin.com” the F-Bomb makes an appearance over 35 times in under 2 minutes.
And just in case you were curious on what Buddy wanted to say afterwards, you can find it here:
If you wish to pick up a copy, you can purchase it on Amazon.com below. It’s that perfect gift for that special someone, new girlfriend, or stocking stuffer for the kids.