...and the beat goes on...
Jared Jernagan

I never thought I'd say this

Posted Tuesday, August 7, 2007, at 9:35 PM
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  • I could not agree more, we are talking about America's past time ( Oh, that is a term not used much anymore is it) well, it was america's past time, but I guess you can blame the juicers and the likely juicers for a big part in what I call the death of baseball. There is not anyone on this planet who wanted Barry not to get this record anymore then me, it is a black eye on the sport. For me baseball has always been a sport played for the love of the game. My grandfather played pro ball, he played when he got a hangnail and a stubbed toe and the flu and didnt complain because he loved hitting the field every day he could. He didnt take herbs or synthetic this and that to enhance his abilities he was just naturally good. When baseball was in the off season he came home and went to work in a brick factory until baseball started up again. That is love for the game. To me the sad thing about Barry is this, he is a great hitter, he has a beautiful swing and he would have done well without any help (oh that is if he used anything. But he sure does have a big head.)

    -- Posted by cgilbert46135 on Tue, Aug 21, 2007, at 3:56 PM
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