Joe Beef on the mound as the Richmond Diemakers (sponsored by Richmond Tool and Die) took on the B.P.O.E. Elks (sponsored by the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks) in the 1968 Championship game of the Richmond, Kentucky Little League's minor division.
The Diemakers prevailed to win the game, which proved to be the capstone of Beef's illustrious, though brief, baseball career. Batters dreaded the prospect of facing Beef since neither they, nor the pitcher himself, could predict the trajectory of the ball as it left his hand. Unfortunately, the ability to accurately throw the ball was a key to advancement to higher levels of the sport.
For what it's worth, the opposing pitcher doesn't seem to fare much better.