Bill Landrum, 1991 Studio, (Studio Saturday No. 29)

Name: Bill Landrum
Team: Pittsburgh Pirates
Position: Pitcher
Value of card: A ball
Key 1991 stat: Not very familiar with the razor, from the looks of things
Bill Landrum's train of thought, 1:14-1:18 p.m., April 15, 1991: "Oh, what's this in my hand, you ask? Why, it's a baseball. Yes, in fact, I am a baseball player. Are you impressed? You should be. Look at the flawless two-seam grip I have on this baseball. Look at the contrast of the clean, white baseball against my black windbreaker. I bet you're impressed now. What's that? You're intrigued by my combination of scruff and mullet? Why, thank you. It took me weeks to grow both. Let's stop pussyfooting around — why don't you give me your number? Here, you can write it on this baseball that I'm holding in a very professional yet dangerous manner. ... Oh, huh? The shoot's been over for a couple minutes? Crap, I was just getting into character."

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