Monday, April 02, 2007

Opening Day

Baseball season is here, and Barry Bonds stands to become the all-time home run king this year. Many people hated Barry years ago because if his diva attitude--his teammates hate his guts. Then, with his steroids controversy, people had a new reason to hate him.

Some fans have called for an asterisk next to his name in the record books if he breaks the home run record. Maybe that should happen--not because of the steroids, though.

To many baseball fans the game has been ruined — hallowed records toppled, managers playing less small ball as they wait for that three-run homer. But the blame shouldn’t be placed on pills, needles and balms. The true culprit is expansion.

Read the article here.

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