Braun Strowman’s Father Was The Greatest Slow-Pitch Softball Player Of All Time

05.01.17 2 years ago 7 Comments

From flipping over an actual ambulance, to beating the pulp out of the seemingly invincible Roman Reigns at Payback on Sunday, Braun Strowman has been out to prove that he’s WWE’s greatest monster. As it turns out, greatness runs in his blood. Strowman, real name Adam Scherr, is the son of Rick “Crusher” Scherr — “the Home Run King of Softball,” and arguably the greatest slow-pitch player of all time.

The 6’5, 310lb slugger moved furniture for a living, but was referred to by the Orlando Sentinel as the Babe Ruth of softball. “I must have hit 4,000 homers in those 20 years,” he said in that same interview. “I’d rather hit it over the fence because it’s less running.”

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