IN ABSENCE OF CLEMENS, DEREK JETER STEPS UP TO SELL WBC SCAM FOR DU PUY, SELIG
- And not inhibited by the presence of a conscience, the snakes are already after Mariano Rivera. (Partial list of player injuries from the last WBC. None of them had been required to pitch in 13 consecutive regular and post seasons).
- Will Du Puy and Selig pay his $30 million in salary plus untold millions more in compensation to the team and fans for his loss should that happen? Oh, right, we're supposed to "collectively sacrifice" (ESPN's utterly without conscience Jayson Stark) because "that's the way it is." Don't do it, Mariano.
- Several other prominent Yankees are undecided about participating. Third baseman Alex Rodriguez, who played in the 2006 event, said his focus is on the upcoming season.
"First things first," Rodriguez said. "I haven't given it one thought."
- Star closer Mariano Rivera, from Panama, didn't take part in the first WBC and is unsure about competing next year.
"It's too far into the future," Rivera said. "I'll talk to you next spring."
Hideki Matsui, a former star in Japan's Central League, also said it is too early to make a decision.Organizers said they plan to establish qualifying rounds for the 2013 tournament." No US team should allow any of its players into this event. In the meantime, FANS CAN STOP BUYING TICKETS TO MLB GAMES. STOP THIS robbery and slaughter of the game.
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