Mark Simon is one of the brains behind ESPN Stats & Info, and he possesses a scary-accurate ability to recall specific and minute bits of information on the fly. Watch as he gives a detailed description of the last play of each World Series from the past 60 years.
This is a little bit frightening, but also extremely cool. We've spent time here lamenting ESPN's decision to cut loose Howie Schwab, who along with other noodges—guys who stuffed every corner of their brains with information simply for the sake of knowing stuff—once acted as the brain of the ESPN empire. It's nice to see that there are still some noodges kicking around Bristol these days.