I am not going to copy any of it, because it's just too silly, but in this blog entry
, Buster Olney argues that there should be a place in the Hall of Fame for "lifers" -- people who spend their entire life in baseball.
In other words, in addition to honoring the very very very best, the HOF should also celebrate the most...consistently...employed?
Or, that doesn't sound that great. How about the most...continuously...present...at... baseball..things. Yes. Thats good. We'll call it The Baseball Hall of Fame and/or Attendance.
Come to Cooperstown, New York! See Dale Sveum's wristwatch! Thrill to the sight of the stick of Blistex Don Zimmer used in the 1998 ALDS! Show your children a half-eaten omelet once belonging to Bud Black!
Labels: buster olney, hall of fame