Paul Assenmacher w/ a bad attitude

Actually, that’s not fair to Assenmacher, who was better than Al Hrabosky, at least as a Brave. And he was more affordable than the Mad Hungarian, signed to a ridiculous (at its time) 5-year, $2.2 million contract prior to the 1980 season. Geno flopped as the Braves closer in ’79, but Hrabosky wasn’t much better…

Lance Armstrong, minus the good deeds

Roger Clemens’ denial is contagious. In a┬áLos Angeles Times┬ástory, The Rocket’s lawyers vehemently defended his client (shocking, I know). “For them to say, ‘He’s not getting into the Hall of Fame because I know he did it’?” co-counsel Michael Attanasio said (latimes.com). “I think that’s shameful.” And … “I would think that if a baseball…