Last edited by Ga_Red; 02-09-2007 at 03:07 AM.
Teams disallow players children from being in the clubhouse? Thats how the likes of Junior came to be... What a dumb rule.
I guess its so the players can be as raunchy and filthy mouthed as they want to be but would it kill athletes to not be filthy mouths or is it so much too much to ask so they make rules to disallow young ears to hear it?
Maybe the kids steal the post game food?
if you think about though, how many of us get to bring our kids in to work w/ us??
I ponder retirement every day.
Sadly my 401K is barely in Kindergarten.
Will trade this space for a #1 starter.
All family are disallowed access to the clubhouse. We have a little area at the entrance to the clubhouse to wait on them. This was the same at Turner Field in Atlanta. Only difference in Atlanta is the visitor side bullpen entrance is by the bus exit.
There are 10 types of people in this world. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
They wheeled a 3x4 steel safe into the clubhouse Sunday morning to store the players' valuables. It took four guys to lift it off a dolly and onto a table.
Said pitcher Kent Mercker: "What's that, Junior Griffey's wallet?"
It seems Weathers would have made up his mind this close to final cuts. If he's getting those pangs for home, though, this will probably be it for him, and he'll probably retire rather than accept a trade.
I think he's actually referring to retiring after this year. The title of the thread is a bit misleading and makes it sound like he's ready to retire right now.Originally Posted by traderumor
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