For years Rob was the resident heckler at quiet Tropicana Field with the voice of a thundering locomotive. If you've ever been to a Tampa Bay Devil Rays game, watched one on television, or even held a seashell to your ear on the beach, you've probably heard him heckle opposing players from his seat behind home plate. He has got into the head of most every opposing athlete that has stepped foot on his turf. He once wore a long black wig to a Boston game and heckled Johnny Damon so hard he went 1-for-15 in the series. Szasz heckled Seattle's Bret Boone so mercilessly that after Boone struck out he threw his batting helmet in the dugout and began yelling back at Szasz. Jose Guillen once good-naturedly offered Szasz a signed bat if he'd get off his back.