Interesting column from C. Trent Rosecrans in last week's City Beat. Talking about the microscope we now find available to ourselves with the constant access to everything. Early in, he writes of the Internet saying "it's a place where we can forget players’ humanity and rail against those that appear only as pixels on a screen or dollars in a payroll spreadsheet."
He further talks about the breadth of a baseball season, something we've recently discussed here on RZ and how the broader look always needs to be there. And he reminds us that ultimately baseball greatness is still fraught to more failure than success. All in all, a thought provoking piece, IMO.