Dec 6, 2012; Nashville, TN, USA; ESPN anchor Tim Kurkjian broadcasts live during the Major League Baseball winter meetings at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel. Mandatory credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN's Tim Kurkjian runs with the Brewers racing sausages (Video)

ESPN insider Tim Kurkjian had a go at running with the Brewers’ racing sausages Monday night in Milwaukee, and it didn’t turn out well for Tim. As a matter of fact Tim got destroyed.

Tim, running in the #4 sausage costume, falls behind early and never catches up. Clearly he is struggling with the top-heavy costume, which is threatening to topple him. By the end he is so far back, the other sausages are barely visible.

Pathetic effort by Kurkjian. Way to uphold the stereotype that writers are nerds who can’t do athletic things. How hard is it to put on a sausage costume and race other people in sausage costumes?

I realize the other sausages are probably way younger than Tim and certainly they are more used to the balance issues associated with the costume, but still. You have to make a better effort than that if you’re Kurkjian. You at least have to stay with the pack. You can’t get smoked.

Ha. Sausage. Smoked. I made a funny.

Oh, and kudos to the other racing sausages for not holding back. They could have slowed down and let Tim catch up but they didn’t. They left him back there like the putz he is. Racing sausages only know one speed: flat out.

Keep up or get left in the sausage dust.

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