Heating & A/C Nicknames

Pitcher Randy Johnson at 6 feet 10 inches was called “The Big Unit”, a wonderful nickname for an oversize Heating & A/C system

Baseball is care about no other major American interest. There is no time clock and baseball is well known for its unregular nicknames for a team, a group of players, or an individual, then baseball’s most famous player was George Herman “Babe” Ruth, also called “The Sultan of Swat”, then one pitcher who played from 1903 to 1916 lost parts of various fingers in a childhood farm accident, however he was immortalized with his nickname, Mordecai “Three Finger” Brown. The 1934 champion St! Louis Cardinals were known as the “Gas House Gang”. Hall of Famer Yankee pitcher Edward Charles “Whitey” Ford provided a young Pete “Charlie Hustle” Rose his nickname in 1963. People commonly assign nicknames to their bosses, to their spouses, and even to their automobiles. Our family had a pair of station wagons that all of us referred to as “Old Green” and “Big Red”… So, I recognize it is about time to come up with nicknames for our home’s Heating & A/C systems and all of us can borrow from baseball to do that! A pitcher with a 100-mph fastball may be named “The Heater” or “The Flamethrower”, a perfect nickname for an Heating & A/C oil furnace. Pitcher Randy Johnson at 6 feet 10 inches was called “The Big Unit”, a wonderful nickname for an oversize Heating & A/C system. Old-time pitcher Walter Johnson was called “The Big Train” that could be changed to “The Big Trane” for Heating & A/C systems all over the country. People who fail to keep their Heating & A/C unit cleaned and well tested will want to borrow Luke Appling’s nickname of “Old Aches and Pains” but those that do use the services of a qualified Heating & A/C professional will be able to use the nickname that famed announcer Mel Allen provided to Yankee player Tommy Henrich. That nickname was “Old Reliable”.

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