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A hundred degrees for the Series? Good. I say make it hot for the cowardly home plate umps

I trust that the tin crown billionaires of baseball can now enjoy their stupid, boring, inconsequential, meaningly World Series, because nobody - NOBODY - will be watching. At least I won't be. To me, the grapes look pretty sour. Dodgers v. Astros? That's not a world series. That's the NL West. Nobody cares. It's Raul Mondesi v. Lance Berkman. It's wildfires v. floods. It's Harvey...

Cooperstown 2011: Raul Mondesi

RAUL MONDESIFirst Year on BallotPLAYING CAREER:  Los Angeles Dodgers (1993–1999), Toronto Blue Jays (2000–2002), New York Yankees (2002–2003), Arizona Diamondbacks (2003), Pittsburgh Pirates (2004), Anaheim Angels (2004) and Atlanta Braves (2005)ACHIEVEMENTS:  Career batting average of .273, with 271 home runs, 860 RBI and 229 stolen bases.  1994 National League Rookie of the Year...
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