Former announcer for the Phillies Chris Wheeler testified at a molestation trial hearing earlier this week. A surprise witness that disappointed everyone in attendance, Wheeler was asked to describe where the child had been touched.
“Middle-in,” responded Wheeler.
Unfamiliar with the position of “middle-in” described by Wheeler, the jury was left hung and the judge quit his job after repeated attempts for Wheeler to give a clearer direction, one actually in existence.
“Middle-in is like when it’s in the middle, but on the inner part,” said Wheeler trying to describe the term he first unpopularized as a television commentator for the Phillies.
Unfortunately for the victim Wheeler’s testimony was thrown out due to his lack of being able to give clear and concise direction. The guilty party was freed and according to Wheeler he felt a rough tug on the “middle-in” part of his heart.