David send us this article
about the insanely powerful, record-setting-pace Florida Marlins' infield, in which Clark Spencer poses the question:But are all the home runs a good thing?
Click through, if you must, just to verify that someone would actually wonder whether it's a good thing that your four infielders have hit 67 HR on June 21, or deny Mr. Spencer and his employer The Miami Herald
the satisfaction of additional web traffic by reading Dan Uggla's response:
''Runs are runs whether they're scored by single, double or whatever,'' said Uggla, who ranks second in the majors -- one home run behind Philadelphia's Chase Utley.
'It's gotten to a point where whatever way that you do it, it's always going to be the wrong way. If we didn't hit home runs, then people would be saying, `Oh, do you think the team is going to be able to continue winning without power?' ''
Dan Uggla: Making Sense Since At Least 2008.
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