Steve Lyons Signs Copies of his book "The Psycho 100: Baseball's Most Outrageous Moments" on May 28, 2009

Former MLB player, Steve Lyons, stopped by Chicago's Borders Books on State Street for signing and discussion of his new book, "The Psycho 100: Baseball's Most Outrageous Moments" on May 28, 2009.

Steve Lyons is currently a broadcaster for the LA Dodgers, but played nine seasons as a Major League Baseball player from 1985 to 1993. He played for the Chicago White Sox from June 1986 to 1991, then moving on to other teams. Some of the Eccentricities that earned him the nickname "Pscycho" as playing tic-tac-toe and hangman with his spikes in the infield dirt during games. His most famous moments known to most is when he slid, headfirst, into first base during a game at Detroit (July 16, 1990), Lyons dropped his pants to empty the dirt out and brush off his shirt earning him a new nickname "Moon Man." The dollar bills waved by woman in the audience to repeat the strip tease.

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