Originally Posted by westofyou
Yep, it was a shellacking, hey but it's okay, he's all but convicted.
Quote from a Time Article.
"His hitting slumped so badly, he was booed by fans. "When I tore my left foot for the third time, I went in the clubhouse and I said, 'That's it. I am tired of rehab. I'm tired of going through this b.s.,'" he says, remembering the moment in 1991 when he almost quit the sport. "I had my family and friends talk me out of it. They said it would be the biggest regret of my life, and they were right." It's from this experience that McGwire's strength, his ability to separate emotion from action, emerged. It's when he entered therapy"
I saw a lot of the A's in the late 80's, early 90's. They were fun to watch. I worked for a guy named Lew Wolff. Decided I needed a different boss.