He may have struck out on his network gig by offering to play for another team (CNN, that is), but suspended MSNBC anchor David Shuster is still playing strong for his company’s softball team.
In fact, he batted fifth last Saturday, according to batting records for the local WRC-TV team, known to the league as the Original Peacocks.
Shuster has played in the Metropolitan Media Softball League on and off for 20 years and has gained the reputation of being a hard-core player. Last year, he’s remembered for flaunting WRC’s victory trophy around the field. And as long as he’s employed and credentialed, much to competitors’ dismay, he can still play. More…