Thursday, May 25, 2006

Going, Going, Gone

This should be my last post about Barry Bonds. Unlike the previous article I linked to, here's an example of good journalism by ESPN.com's Brian Murphy.

A quote:
And here's the complicated part, the part where rationalization meets logic and puts it in a pretzel hold: Hundreds cheated. Pitchers he hit homers off cheated. If you judge a player by his era, if you judge Ruth by the pre-integration era, you can judge Bonds by the Juiced Era, right? He's still the best of them all, right? Caminiti, Canseco, McGwire, Sosa, Palmeiro, Giambi -- they're all suspect, aren't they? So are so many others. Besides, don't you remember 1993? That first at-bat? How natural he was? How natural his talent has always been? How pure it has always been? Don't you?

1 comment:

Who do you think said...

He's blunt, but he's got a point.