Alex Fritz talks about playoff sacrifices.
"Guys, I want to tell you about a year called 1964, okay," Shannon started. "Things were different back then, okay, we actually elected a Catholic president a few years back, and there were Cubans and The Beatles, it was wild. Things weren't going so hot for the team, though, we trailed the Philies by 37 games with 38 to play, okay, when Bob Gibson got an idea. Gibby called Harry Fanock, some kid up for a cup of coffee, okay, Gibby called him over to his locker and gathered the team around. Gibby said 'Guys, we're 83 games back with six to play. The only way we're going to catch those Phillies is if we kill and eat Fanock.' And the clubhouse got real quiet, okay, and old Fanock started looking around real nervous like, sweating, we all got real serious looks on our fa..."
Suddenly there is a gun shot in the back of the locker room, causing Shannon and the rest of the team to drop to the ground. Pete Kozma lies dead. Arthur Rhodes stands over his body, a .45 still smoking in his hand.