My resolution is to blog more. At some point after the holidays settled down, I got the mother of all colds.
So right now I'm drugged out of my mind and sick, so I still don't have much to write, and this won't be that interesting.
But Harold Reynolds just told me that Jack Morris belongs in the Hall of Fame because he was fine giving up a run or two. That he was a man, and that's what people today don't understand.
"If the game was 7-1 and he was winning, he'd say 'here, hit it.' That's how the game is supposed to be played."
Would someone like to make sense of that for me?
(And also edit this post.)