Alex Johnson was an outstanding hitter for a few years in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was also an indifferent outfielder at best, and generally regarded as a pain in the rear to have around, which is why he bounced from team to team.
A reporter once approached the dour Johnson. "Last year you hit two homers. You have seven already this season. What's the difference?
Johnson glared at his inquistor. "Five, you dumb bleep."