Oil Caine Boyd

From the Fenway 100 Cutting Room Floor:
Oil Can Used Cocaine Every Day in '86

"I can remember going and locking myself up in the bathroom and smoking some dope right there at the ballpark [in Oakland]. I was afraid that they knew and that the clubhouse manager had smelled it, he was gonna tell on me. So I gotta get rid of it.

"I had it under the bib of my cap, inside the crease inside of the cap. And when I was warming up in the ballgame -- third, fourth inning -- it fell off my head." -- Dennis Boyd to ESPN's Buster Olney in a not-so Can did conversation

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Dennis Oil Can Boyd - Boston Globe
(Oct. 10, 1986 / Globe File Photo)
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