What are the dog days of summer?
Fetching the slippers of enthusiasm for the master of apathy.
Updated: July 21, 2003, 3:33 PM ETBy | ESPN The Magazine
- Jason Varitek, catcher, Boston Red Sox: They're sometime in July, when heat and humidity are the worst. But why are they called the dog days? Maybe because it's so hot that dogs just lie around and do nothing all day. Like a DH? No comment.
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