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March 2, 2008 at 12:45 pm
Thanks for the link love – best of luck to your Tigers this season!
March 2, 2008 at 1:50 pm
I’m certainly no big fan of Brandon Inge, but I’m even less a fan of Rob Neyer. In Neyer’s blog today he refers to a possible Inge to Dodgers deal as nonsensical for the Dodgers (which it may be) and reduces Inge’s value as a “future stay-at-home dad.”
I’m guessing that when he makes conclusory comments such as these Neyer is trying to be funny. And I think, that I’ve finally realized that’s my main problem with the guy. Because he isn’t remotely funny. There isn’t a baseball writer out there less funny than Rob Neyer. I wish he would just spare us and stick to statistical analysis and leave humor to those who actually possess wit.
March 2, 2008 at 3:18 pm
Sports writers are typically extremely bitter, cynical people. Which, among other things, obviously means I’m in the wrong line of work.
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