It's the 1950s. The Boston Red Sox are breaking in a new shortstop, Billy Klaus. Klaus has a hot streak, bopping three homers in a week or so, and Ted Williams decides to take him down a notch.
"Hey, kid," the Thumper asks, "how many home runs did you hit last year at Minneapolis?"
"Twenty-one," Klaus replies.
"Yeah? I remember I hit 21 homers at Minneapolis," Williams responds, giving Klaus' chest a moment to swell before adding: "and 22 more on the road."