I'm not even going to talk about how he misspelled "competitive."Jared: Frankfort, KY: As a former Red, tell me your feelings on the decline of a storied program. Which Red do you see making an impact on the post-season race with another team this year? Joe Morgan: A lot of teams have gone through downtime ... Boston did, and others. As for the Reds, it's especially disapointing to me, of course. They just haven't gone out and got the talent you need to be competative. Now, there are so few great players out there in the game today, but I think that makes it easier to make a good team right away. I think Griffey is the only Red who could have a profound impact in the pennant race for somebody.
>> First of all, what the hell is the basis for saying "there are so few great players out there in the game today"? Bonds. Clemens. Pedro. A-Rod. Pujols. These guys are all-time greats or headed there in the near future. Stop living in the past.
And Joe. Joe. Please
start reading this site more regularly. Maybe then you'll learn that Adam Dunn is one of the best hitters in baseball. He plays for your favorite team, and he has a higher OBP, SLG, and more HR than Griffey. Learn to love him.
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