In Memorium: Herb Score 1933-2008

We’d like to pay our respects to the baseball player with the best name ever: Herb Score. Score, who pitched from the Cleveland Indians from 1955-59, passed away this morning at his home in Rocky River, Ohio, after a lengthy illness. Phish fans may remember Herb Score as the face of an All Access sticky pass the band once used for a spell pre-hiatus…

After Herb Score’s career was cut short thanks to a line drive by Gil McDougald of the Yankees (of course) in 1957, Herb Score moved up to the broadcast booth where Herb Score became a Cleveland sportscasting institution as well as the favorite baseball player of High Times readers everywhere. R.I.P. Herb Score. [Tip of the hat to The_Goff]

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