Tom Glavine won his 300th victory last night. That's much better news for Major League Baseball than Barry Bonds tying Hank Aaron's career home run record, but does anyone else wish that the Braves had responded positively to Glavine's overtures to return last winter?
I begin to see point the folks at Fire Joe Morgan are making. During ESPN's coverage of the Mets and Cubs last night, Mets second baseman Luis Castillo was struggling to catch a foul pop up in the winds at Wrigley Field. Joe Morgan remarked that it was because Castillo had spent all of his career in the American League. If Morgan had bothered to look at his employer's own website, he could easily have seen that, yes, Luis Castillo was with the Minnesota Twins for the last season-and-a-half, but he spent the 10 previous seasons with the Florida Marlins.