Vince Coleman

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I cannot be thrown out from deep in the hole, bitch!

The speediest player in all of RBI Baseball, Vince Coleman is the leadoff hitter for the St. Louis Cardinals. His incredible speed sometimes makes up for his lack of power and once on the basebaths; he can be quite a terror.

Coleman earned Rookie of the Year honors in 1985 after stealing 110 bases. A two-time all-star, Coleman never batted .300 and hit a career-high 6 home runs in 1990.

He will be remembered for his speed, futility, and the irony wrapped in his Hall of Shame Entries.

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Hall of Shame Entries

  • Was accused, with fellow RBI'er Dwight Gooden and Daryl Boston, of rape in April 1992. The case was eventually dropped for lack of evidence
  • Threw a lighted firecracker into a crowd of people at the Dodger Stadium parking lot. A young girl was hurt and Vince had to serve 200 hours of Community Service
  • Missed the 1985 World Series after getting rolled up in the tarp machine
  • Struck fellow RBI'er Dwight Gooden with a golf club in the team's clubhouse. Gooden was forced to miss a start... I think the moral of the story is to keep Gooden and Coleman the hell away from each other.


I find constructive things to do after taking off my Mets uniform
Stupid fucking tarp monster!

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