Originally Posted by Bumstead
To be fair, I don't follow it like I used to. I used to spend 140+ evenings watching the Reds. Now...eh...if I can. I don't watch other teams much anymore. I look at the stats and such and watch some of the young players. The others...eh...baseball isn't what it used to be. Honestly, I don't see how it ever recovers in my eyes between PEDS and the Financial Disparity among the teams.
More time for other avenues.
Basketball isn't what it used to be, football is hardly what it used to be, Hockey isn't what it used to be.
I'm not what I used to be.
Change is inevitable, everyone complains about the game changing
Batters don't follow out their natural instinct to wallop the ball, but stall around the plate in the hope of drawing a base instead of hitting the ball hard.
Bill Lange 3-14-1909