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Tag Archives: MLB
Jose Bautista is a wonderful story and a seemingly outstanding man, but if he hasn’t been embraced by the fans in the way that he deserves, MLB has only itself and its handling of the steroid era to blame. Continue reading
The San Francisco Giants’ World Series win shows that the Blue Jays can find success down a path they’re already following led by young pitching. Continue reading
Why do we expect Hank Aaron to follow Barry Bonds around, like an aging groupie, when any sort of display like that would seem fake? Continue reading
Discussing how Barry — both good and bad — is a perfect example of being careful what you wish for. Continue reading