Wednesday, July 15, 2009

(2 days of Jays Post All Star Game)

Of the many injustices that exist in the game of baseball, which is the greatest?

4 comments:

eyebleaf said...

This is one HEAVY question.

I'd probably have to go with the fact that a guy like Roy Halladay, so fucking dominant, may never play in the post-season. Ever.

QJays said...

Opens up a lot of other questions - do great teams make great players? Should post-season be open to more teams (go right down to the mediocre teams like hockey)? In Halladay's case, if this is a great injustice, is it best rectified by making him a Red Sox (singular - Red Sock?)? I don't much care for that.

DAN THE MAN said...

The greatest injustice in baseball is not steroids, gambling, or what you speak of...

You know what it is?

It's the fans. Maybe not you and I, but mostly, it's the fans.

Because the fans determine everything in the end, don't they?

QJays said...

Nice. I hate to keep adding questions, especially if they are rhetorical, but I guess it's what I do...

So, if the fans determine everything, and they are the "injustice" (or at least the source of it), can we take them away and have a "just" game?

(isn't that sort of like if Barry Bonds fell in the forest and nobody was there to care about it?)