Señor Grumblecakes (jervo) wrote,
Señor Grumblecakes
jervo

MSG Network.com is always good for a laugh - this article in particular doesn't make me laugh as much as cringe, though. His argument is that because we live in an information age, all baseball teams should have numbers AND names on the back of the jersey, and he singles out the Yankees as a team with too much emphasis on tradition and not enough forward thinking.

Must our society be reduced to such low standards? I mean, is it too much for a fan to pay attention to the name of a baseball player? Is it too much responsibility to ask a sports fan to know the players on his/her favorite team? How much effort can that possibly take?
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