Strawberry enlisted locker room attendants to entice women to meet him for a tryst in the team clubhouse before the right fielder would return to the game
As Strawberry explained, his coaches and teammates would ‘cover’ for him when he was having sex between innings . ‘They were pretty cool’
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The 55-year-old Strawberry: ‘I would go between innings, and stuff like that, and run back, and, you know, have a little party going on’
Known for his struggles with drugs and alcohol, former New York Mets slugger Darryl Strawberry opened up about an intense sexual addiction that drove him to have intercourse between innings.
‘It was pretty crazy,’ Strawberry said on the Dr. Oz show on Thursday. ‘It was a pretty crazy lifestyle.
‘In the middle of games, yeah, I would go between innings, and stuff like that, and run back, and, you know, have a little party going on,’ he continued. ‘And, you know, I thought it was pretty cool. I mean, that’s just the addiction, the drive.’
As Strawberry previously revealed, the trysts occurred in the clubhouse, which connected to the dugout and offered some privacy beneath the thousands of fans who were unaware of what was going on below.
Typically, Strawberry told Sirius radio in 2016, he enlisted the help of any number of locker room attendants, whom he referred to as ‘the kid.’
‘You point [a woman] out and tell the kid [to go get her],’ said Strawberry, who was named the 1983 National League Rookie of the Year in his first season with the Mets.
Teammates and coaches also enabled the longtime right fielder.