This story is hilarious. Apparently a bunch of players joined a softball league, including Phillip Rivers, who plays shortstop. They were pretty good, but they lost to a team called the Randy Jones Invitational made up of a bunch of skinny and fat dudes.
After two innings, Randy Jones Invitational realized the Chargers' four-man outfield was incomprehensibly fast. "Pretty sure Weddle and Stuckey could play the entire outfield by themselves," said Adam Balun, a golf-course employee who plays left field.
At one point, Weddle tagged up from second on a relatively shallow fly ball and easily beat Gandy's throw to third. As Gandy jogged to the dugout after the inning, Weddle asked him a question: "You didn't really think you could throw me out, did you?"
Facing the swift outfield, Randy Jones Invitational came up with a new plan: Hit ground balls. The strategy instantly revealed a weakness. "Rivers is a horrible shortstop," Balun said.