And if Scioscia was the tyrant you have proclaimed him to be, Weaver would have signed with another team.
< Well, he did decline to pitch a 3rd inning so, I don't think it's a writer trying to stir things up. >
The majority of pitchers don't want to be removed from the game. Obviously, Oswalt is one of those that simply doesn't care. I'm not sure I would rely on a person like that to come through when the chips are down.
" That's not saying much..."
You're absolutely right, bob... as with most everything you write.
>>Or is that college level courses in california? <<
Wow, that stands on its own for someone who calls out someone else's use of grammar. Let me fix it for you.
"Is that a college level course in California." ==== Reads better to me.
< The comprehension problem in california is the whole reason behind this thread to begin with. >
I thought it had to do with the Rangers signing a Prima Donna pitcher that has a career that is pretty much over.
I don't think it was as big a deal as it was origionally made out to be.
I don't think it was as big a deal as it was origionally made out to be.>>>
Imagine that. Who woulda thunk it.