Originally Posted by redsfanmia
That is truth. And I blame certain players for that. Definately, losing Keppinger, Hairston, and the sometime spark Freel can supply----like right before he went down---really hurt at a time when the team was starting to play like at least a .500 team. Now, the effort is so lackluster and un-inspired, that I would hate to see any of the other "bright future prospects" brought up, for fear of contaminating their mindsets by playing them with a bunch of banal efforted and resigned individuals. Maybe once the cancers are gone, but not until then.