It's tough being the manager of a baseball team in certain cities. In New York, you've got the newspaper guys breathing down your neck 24/7. In Kansas City, you know you're getting stuck with a shitty team every spring. And in Boston, you'd better beat those damn Yankees—or else...But, according to former Cubs manager Dusty Baker, being the leading guy in Chicago is really tough. We'll let him tell it: "At the very end, somebody took a dump right where I stood in the dugout every day. That was the low point. The grounds crew guy cleaned it up. He said, 'Oh, I think it's dog crap.' I said, 'No, it ain't. That's human crap.'" Damn, homie. And we thought Bartman had it bad! [via FOX Sports]