John Fogerty. Charlie Brown. Ted. Bob, Joe, and Warren.
Great song and GREAT video.
On December 22, 1962 Charles Schulz depicted his frustration with the San Francisco Giants losing to the New York Yankees in the 1962 World Series. In the bottom of the 9th inning of Game 7 of the World Series Willie McCovey hit a line drive directly to 2nd basemen Bobby Richardson to end the game. McCovey often went on record on saying it was the hardest ball he ever hit in his career. On January 28, 1963 Charles Schulz ran the identical comic strip altering the “three feet higher” line to “TWO feet higher.”
Ted Williams loved his Sugar Crisp.
Bob Gibson, Joe Torre, and Warren Spahn. My mind was kind of blown after finding this. Thank you Google image search.