Found October 27, 2011 on VDG Sports:
PLAYERS: Ken Burns

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In Ken Burns’ “Baseball,” aired a few years back on PBS, Ty Cobb is said to have been an embarrassment to baseball. Okay, so he did not like black people (a fairly typical attitude, North and South, at the time), and he had a vile temper, but consider the following:

He set several major league records, some of which remain intact today. He has the highest career batting average, and the most major league batting titles, the most career hits until 1985, and the most career runs, the most games played, and until 1974, the most career at bats. Until 1977, he had the most stolen bases. He was the first player elected to the Hall of Fame.

Some would say he was the greatest player who ever lived. Do you think that he was an “embarrassment” to baseball?

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