Every year for the past twelve years, David Letterman has sent his Late Show stage manager, Biff Henderson, down to Tampa to hang out with the New York Yankees during pre-season training. He chats people up in the dugout, exercises with players out on the field, and shows off his skills as a comedian as he tries to make them, and the viewers, laugh. This year’s antics included creating a likeness of a well-known politician, stumping Reggie Jackson with a baseball question, and spending a day off with Nick Swisher.
I especially liked that they used the same music and title style used in the intros of Eastbound and Down episodes. Next year he should take Kenny Powers along to spring training.