urban

Definition funny of Olerud:

urbanA largely pejorative term for an eccentric or even slightly idiosyncratic individual with a penchant for mischievous and perhaps reckless behavior. Derived from the curious appearance of Former Toronto Blue Jay and Seattle Mariner John Olerud, who famously wore a batting helmet in the field as a first baseman.

urban"Olerud, don't you realize that if you put canned goods in the microwave that bad stuff can happen?"

songs

Songs about Olerud:

songsJohn Olerud Hasn't Changed in 10 Years, So Why the Hell Should by Little Lebowski Urban Achievers from the Album Is This a Party or An Intervention?

songsOlerud by Cap'n Jazz from the Album Analphabetapolothology

books

Books about Olerud:

booksWorld Neverland - Olerud Kingdom story Official Guide (1997) ISBN: 4871888827 [Japanese Import] by unknown (0010)

booksNotebook of World Neverland Plus Olerud Kingdom official story living (g Gem BOOKS) (1999) ISBN: 4889919112 [Japanese... by murmur's GROUP (0010)

booksJohn Olerud (Sport Shots) by Bob Woods (Apr 1994)

booksSports Illustrated September 6 1999 Four Amazing Mets Ray Ordonez, John Olerud, Edgardo Alfonzo, Robin Ventura... by Sports Illustrated (1999)

booksThe Olerud family of Hadeland, Norway: Consisting of photocopied extracts from a Norwegian manuscript of Ivar... by Ivar Olerud (1977)

booksThe Olerud family of Hadeland, Norway : consisting of photocopied extracts from a Norwegian manuscript of Ivar... by Ivar. Olerud, Marie. Olerud (1977)

wiki

Wiki information Olerud:

John Olerud
Baseball First baseman, Person, Film actor, Measured person, Athlete, Sports League Award Winner, Baseball Player

John Garrett Olerud, is an American former Major League Baseball first baseman. Olerud played with the Toronto Blue Jays, New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. A patient, productive hitter throughout his career, Olerud...

John Olerud Award

The John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award is a college baseball award given to the best two-way player of the season. The award is named after former Washington State Cougars All-American pitcher and first baseman John Olerud.