Wednesday, August 08, 2007



The final score - 9 to 2 for Yankees - was irrelevant. Josh Towers adhered to the code. He plunked Alex Rodriguez early in the game to pay the loser back for his classless actions in Toronto earlier this summer. Towers did what any self-respecting ball player would do and hit A-Rod.

Towers is a horrible pitcher, however, he has earned new respect because he stood up for the code in baseball. Rodriguez will likely chase down Barry Bonds homerun record and then baseball will have two zeros at the ultimate record. Anyone who yells at other players on routine fly balls is a dud.

500 homers, hundreds of millions of dollars and no friends. Such is the life of Alex Rodriguez.

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