Baseball from the Shyster's point of view.
I never wrote him a letter, but Doug Glanville was one of my favorite Phillies when I was younger. I loved speedy leadoff hitters. I now appreciate him for a different reason: He seems to be one of the more thoughtful players--active or retired--in a game dominated by men who give unthinking rehearsed answers and refuse to examine themselves or the world around them.
Can you imagine many other players taking this amount time and effort after so much time had elapsed to try and make some amends? Clemens? Canseco? Nope, I don't see that.Congrats on being a decent human being, Doug Glanville!
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