Blogging can get so darn negative that it’s nice to say something nice.
A-Rod and the Yankees hosted an 18 year old with terminal cancer who wanted just one more at bat.
A resident of Freedom, Pa., Challis first met the Yankees during their recent trip to Pittsburgh. He said he will keep his allegiance with the Pirates, but Challis wanted to see Yankee Stadium in its final year, and on Tuesday he got his wish.
“If I was able to make one person realize how anything can be taken away in one swift swipe, then, sort of, my word got spread,” Challis said. “That makes me feel good.”
I'm just bored with this .500 dance. Nothing happens. They won last night but Four Inning Pedro goes tonight.
The Mets seem to have moved to some division where they never play 7pm games. It's annoying. I just want to go to bed.
The all black uniforms and hats last night were hideous. They aren't even a good looking softball team.
31,000 in Tampa last night. Not bad (for them) but they could do better. Rays-Bosox on ESPN tonight. Welcome to Rays Century. Someone tell Hank to check the standings, and someone keep the standings away from George. Let him live out his days in peace without fretting over The Rays.
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I’m glad that home run 756 has made it to the Hall of Fame.
I will not dignify the thing that was done to the ball nor the name of the man that did it, nor will I display a picture of his marketing logo.
However, I’m glad the ball is there. It is baseball history, and Bonds may not be the kind of hero you wanted him to be – but it’s way too late for everyone to get high and mighty about steroids.
There was a tickertape parade for Sammy Sosa in NEW YORK CITY (a parade for a Cub for hitting the second most homers ever?) so it’s really annoying at this point for people to hate Bonds or Clemens or for Keith and Gary to talk about how it was obvious in 1991.
It was obvious, and everyone kept their mouth shut and got paid.
Congratulations to the Home Run King, season AND career: Barry Bonds.
Whoa….Gary Cohen and Keith are talking about ‘roids and how it was obvious to Keith in 1989 that someone showed up way heavier…and cohen said it was obvious in 1991-92 that something was going on.Really?I don’t recall hearing Gary mention this on any games when he was sitting there with Bob Murphy. Didn’t the Mets play the Cardinals and Cubs a few times in the 1990’s?A little late guys. You kept your mouth shut for 15 years, don’t start now.