We Should Be Enjoying Spring Training – Why Aren’t We?

We should be enjoying spring training – seeing the prospects play above their heads, visions of “This Year” in our minds, the thought of Opening Day!

But we are not; at least, I’m not.

What am I thinking about?

The hole in left field and in the batting order, that may only be filled by paying out as much as $55 million over the next two years to the spawn of Scott Boras. The stigma of steroids that has totally enveloped baseball. Jim Bowden’s resignation in light of allegations of skimming of bonus money from third world prospects. The scumstripes new rotation. The Dodgers no longer in Vero Beach. The Brad Penny-Larry Bowa he-said-he-said absurdity.

Some things are, however, as they normally are: Andruw Jones struck out in eight of his first nine abs with Texas and Milton Bradley is injured.

Somehow, that’s just not enough to make it good.

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One Response to We Should Be Enjoying Spring Training – Why Aren’t We?

  1. theHoundDawg says:

    Comment March 4, 2009, 1:40:30 PM PST retrieved from original blog:

    bluegoldpost
    —-s just get manny, the only way they ever get anything…with no cdompetition….and “manny” crying fans in the fishwrap letters section calling their owner cheap…the same fans who knock steinbrenner for “buying pennants”

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