People always say “Baseball is wrong, a man with four balls can’t walk.” I don’t really see how this conclusion is reached. What makes you think having an extra two testicles would make walking impossible? Of course a man with four balls can walk. Not only in baseball, where if a batter avoids swinging at four pitches out of the strike zone and is then awarded first base, but in actual life where a man has twice as many testes. Now it might get a little painful to run if all four are clacking around like door knockers, but walking at a decent pace wouldn’t be a big deal. Even if it was a big deal I’m sure they would just invent a special undergarment that isolated each set of balls in a mesh suspension device to avoid testicular turbulence. Baseball is just like life, three strikes you’re out, and having extra testicles doesn’t make bipedal ambulation impossible. Baseball is right.
|Having four ovaries on the other hand would be pretty debilitating. That must be why women have to play softball.|