Frank Thomas Can Now Get You Drunk

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This summer when the White Sox are having one of those games where they are getting shut down by a pitcher they've never faced, most likely a Twin or Royal who has a 3-7 record and an ERA near seven, and Hawk Harrelson labels him the best pitcher he's ever seen, you can now drown your sorrows with a beer named after the Big Hurt,

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Frank Thomas has released "Big Hurt Beer". The beer will come in 24-ounce cans, has seven percent alcohol, and only costs $1.99 a can.  No idea how the beer tastes, but if I was a betting man I'd guess it will probably be more along the lines of Old Style or Miller High Life as opposed to Guiness or Heineken, but in a cool can endorsed by one of the best athletes in Chicago sports history.

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Not only can you get the beer now, but you can get even get Frank to sign the can at various Binny's Beveridge Depot's through out December. One quick warning. Frank will only sign the can. Leave your posters, bobble heads, trading cards, and jersey's at home. You can only get the cans signed. You have been warned.

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