Perhaps I'm being dense, but I don't remember Rich Bauer and the only "Rich Bauer" I can find who played for the Orioles via Google was a pitcher. Who do you mean? I was thinking Bobby Grich for that spot anyway.
Also, move Murray to DH and have Sisler at 1B. Singleton was a nice player, but Sisler was a terrific hitter.
i would probably also take Tippy Martinez over Gregg Olson.
This is simply a reminder of the fantastic hypocrisy of many in Hollywood. They conflate robust criticism with censorship; they equate popular boycotts with government blacklists; they claim to be persecuted, while actually they have an amazing capacity to reach audiences other political activists can only dream of. And yet, when the slightest criticism directly affects them, they do all they can to shut dissent down. Instructive, isn't it? Industry honchoes who wouldn't have jobs without the right to free expression are only too eager to squash it when that speech dares to criticize them- Andrew Sullivan
I'd vote for Harold Baines, simply because he'd turn into Babe Ruth every time he played the Blue Jays. He owned the Jays for literally ten years.
Over 1200 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day!
Really, if they told you that SARS was being pumped through the ventilation system into every theatre in which this was being shown, would you be any less likely to go see it?-- review of 'Daddy Day Care' at fametracker.com
That's only partly right. Steroids weren't mentioned by name in the drug policy until very recently. But, and it's a real big but, baseball has had a generic illegal drugs clause since at least the 80's and the glory days of heavy cocaine abuse.