That New York Daily News report about the severed head of Red Sox baseball legend Ted Williams‘ being used for batting practice by employees of an Alcor cryogenic storage facility is, I feel, amazing raw material for a new Will Ferrell comedy.

If Ferrell had steel cojones, I mean. Which of course he doesn’t. He makes films like Step Brothers, Blades of Glory and Land of the Lost.

In a book called “Frozen,” Larry Johnson, a former executive at the Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Scottsdale, Ariz., “writes that Williams’ head, which had been severed and frozen for storage, was abused at the facility. Johnson claims a technician took baseball-like swings at Williams’ frozen head with a monkey wrench.”

“Williams, the last player to hit over .400 in a season, died in 2002 at age 83 and had his remains sent to Alcor for cryogenic storage in the hope that future generations would develop the technology to revive him.”