Mitch “Wild Thing” Williams (left) pitched in the majors for 11 seasons for 6 different teams. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)
Former Philadelphia Phillies teammates Mitch Williams and Lenny Dysktra reportedly were not in the mood for a friendly reunion this weekend.
During some autograph-signing events at a mall outside of Philadelphia last weekend, Dysktra and another former teammate, Darren Daulton, were chatting when Williams approached them, reports Tom Mahon of the Philadelphia Daily News.
Dysktra stuck his hand out to greet Williams, and Williams pushed his hand away.
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A tweet from @realphillyink reported that "Mitch slapped his [Dykstra's] hand away and pushed him and said to Dykstra get the [bleep] out of my way. Dykstra said 'Mitch, I was just trying to say hi.'
Wild Thing asks Daulton, who has brain cancer, how he's feeling.
The two chat and Wild Thing begins to walk away. At that point on the video, it's difficult to tell if Williams says something to Dykstra, but Lenny says, "Hey, don't apologize."
Williams then walks back toward Dykstra and says, "Dude, it's on camera. All you do is run your [bleeping] head.
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All three played on the Phillies team that lost the 1993 World Series to the Toronto Blue Jays
. Williams served up the walk-off home run to Joe Carter in Game 6 that ended the series.