While in College, Bill Harley and I invented a game called Closet Baseball.
The closets in our dorm room were large enough for two people to stand in and one throw a ball of wrapped up socks and the second person swing with a short, thin stick.
We would play two other schoolmates and to play you had to be dressed in costume. Our teams were made up with players with creative names and we kept standings for the year.
Yes…Bill and I won the Closet Baseball World Series!