On this day twenty years ago, Dodger color commentator Steve "Psycho" Lyons, then a member of the Chicago White Sox, made one of the biggest bone-head moves ever seen in a baseball game.
Psycho's White Sox were playing the Detroit Tigers. After dragging a bunt down the right side of the infield, Lyons raced to first base and slid into the bag. He was called safe. He got up, felt dirt in his pants, and then, without thinking, began unbuckling his belt. He dropped his pants past his knees,and dusted off before he realized what he had done. An embarrassing moment on TV and in front of the 20,000 fans in attendance. Here's the footage: