Phil: You make being a Yankee fan sound like being a member of street gang. Now I know where the term “diehard fan” comes from. Rudy as always is displaying a largeness of spirit, a sense of belonging to something greater, within reason.
The real Judas is Major League Baseball, as one can infer from this story in today’s Washington Post. After the Colorado Rockies won the National League pennant last week, star hitter Matt Holliday thanked God for His help. According to the story:
When the interview was posted on the Major League Baseball Web site, however, the mention of God was gone.
“We try to present what the players are saying in the clearest and most concise way possible for the fans,” Matthew Gould, spokesman for MLB.com, said of the excised references to God. “Space on the Web site is limited.”
We hear space in heaven is also limited.
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