Friday, May 29, 2009

Clearly, some get it

Clearly, there are some who truly "get it". The response and number of links and discussion my "Vote For Manny" idea has spawned has been humbling. Here are some:

There are many more and I am thankful to all who have enjoyed riding this wave with me.


El Aguila said...

I voted 25 times for Manny, but then I voted 25 times for the entire Dodger lineup. I am also a Dallas Cowboy fan and I would have voted for T.O. 25 times given the opportunity until he was traded to the Bills. Now I can hate T.O. again.

I hate free agency!

I never hated Manny and was happy when we signed him last year. But now, damn it tough being a sports fan and having to suck it up when discussing ethics and fair play.

Love the sight, not because I am a Dodger fan, but because it makes Selig's job just a little bit problematic. Did I mention that I hate free agency.

Chris said...

I'm torn...

The aloof cynic in me says, anything to discredit Selig is just peachy by me.

The Phils fan in me says, I hope this doesn't keep Raul Ibanez from starting. It's impossible to disagree with the fact that he should be starting in the outfield.

That said, I am not a fan of the all-star game anyway. It's turned into a total charade, which defeats the purpose of giving it meaning in the first place. The funniest part is that they made it mean something because of the fact that Bud Selig is unprepared for any kind of loop he's thrown. (Roll film of 2008 WS game 5) His complete and utter lack of foresight has put MLB in a pickle time and time again and he's basically putting up posters over the many holes in the wall he's made.