Sporting News writer Ryan Fagan is traveling through Florida and Arizona this spring, stopping at camps and chatting with the players. One of his side projects is a quick-hitter Q/A we’re calling “Two Minutes With …”
Up next: Dodgers infielder Max Muncy
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What’s your first baseball memory?
MUNCY: Probably playing T-ball down at the YMCA with my dad. I was maybe 3, maybe even younger than that. I don’t know how far back memories are supposed to go, but I remember that, just my dad being there and me playing T-ball. No fences, nothing. Just pretty much just out there playing.
What’s the last show you binge-watched?
MUNCY: Me and my wife just watched “Blacklist,” but we’re rewatching “Game of Thrones” because we’ve got to get ready for the last season. Have to be fresh on everything that’s gone on. It’s kind of funny when you go back and rewatch it, you catch a lot of stuff you didn’t realize at first.
MUNCY: Just the same ones everyone else has. Don’t step on the lines, that kind of stuff.
What’s your favorite free-time activity?
MUNCY: Probably either video games or TV shows.
What’s one talent you’d most like to have?
MUNCY: Ooh. One talent? It might be pretty cool to be able to rock the piano a little bit. You see those guys getting into the piano, that’d be kinda cool. I’ll go with that.
What was your first job?
MUNCY: Never had one. It’s always been baseball.
What’s your most embarrassing injury.
MUNCY: Just the usual stuff, like getting your teeth knocked out on the trampoline from your brothers. Nothing out of the ordinary. Just the usual stuff that happens being kids.
What’s the best purchase you’ve ever made?
MUNCY: I don’t know. Nothing comes to mind. I don’t purchase a lot of stuff.
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