Not all cheaters the same

I don't believe Barry Bonds or Roger Clemens deserve enshrinement in the Hall of Fame. Cheaters shouldn't prosper. But it's unfair to lump them together. No question Bonds makes it to Cooperstown without 'roids. The case for Clemens is much less definitive. In 1993, a 30-year-old Clemens posted a 4.46 ERA with a 1.263 WHIP. He was... Continue Reading →

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The 20 worst A-Braves players: #14 Ernie Whitt

Guarantees always backfired when made by a member of the pre-'91 Braves. Chuck Tanner once promised a parade down Peachtree. When he was fired, maybe. After he was acquired from the Blue Jays for assorted flotsam, Ernie Whitt told the local organ that Toronto GM Pat Gillick would regret the trade. "They got caught up... Continue Reading →

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