Monday, October 17, 2011

Quit the Crying and Hit the Links

HIT THE LINKS: A telling and uncompromising look at what happened behind closed doors as the Boston Red Sox imploded last month, as reported by Bob Hohler in this morning's Boston Globe. ...'s Amy K. Nelson writes that the Brewers are peeved about where the family tickets are for the games at Busch Stadium during this NLCS. That reminds us all of the immortal Emil Verban, who was so furious about where the St. Louis Browns placed his wife during the 1944 World Series (allegedly behind a post) that he hit .412 for the Cardinals in that series. Verban then went to become a Cub.

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