The most awful part comes after he falls the first time and they catcher runs past him in the attmeped run-down and you just *know* he's gonna score and make the ESPN Top Ten Plays, BUT he falls AGAIN and gets tagged.
Herer's the worst part: I was watching the game in the basement(taking cover from a nasty storm) when the satellite went out with Cust at the plate. I braved Channel 11's news upstairs on broadcast where they didn't even mention Cust's faux paux. I didn't know until Sunday morning.
I feel bad for Jack, because they pay him to hit, not run, well.
"Each time I've met Huffington, I wondered if she was not somehow the long-lost daughter of Madame Nicolai Ceaucescu, or a genetic cross between Martha Stewart and Count Dracula. Had this Greek-born harpy lived in medieval times, she would have been sewn up in a bag with a rooster and two snakes and thrown into the nearest river." -- Eric Margolis, Toronto Star
Most of those criticizing the so-called "Moneyball approach" don't understand the first thing about it. Besides which, the core of Moneyball was Billy Beane's search for undervalued talent, i.e., getting the most bang for his buck.