That should never be an issue. But ...

Those who cannot learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
-- George Santayana

It's the human condition, isn't it?

Every generation has to make the same mistakes for themselves. In some cases, it may take a little more time for stupidity to re-ascend, but eventually, it will.

So, let's pause to reflect upon a re-hashed parable that is the current conflict between Boston's Red Sox and Baltimore's Orioles.

That's how a certain well-known Bard -- no, not this one -- woulda put it if he'd been a sportswriter at the Orioles-Red Sox game on Fri 21 Apr.

It's become a baseball version of Romeo & Juliet. Check The Daily Player to find out why.

We here at Fanorama think the whole thing woulda blown over if someone had made a peace offering. Really, how hard would it have been to order up one of these handy dandy baseball key chains as a token of goodwill?

baseball key chain

You don't even need an MLB salary to call one of these your own. Not at $13.53.

Just think if Manny Machado had given one of these to Dustin Pedroia. The little dude wouldn't have know if it was for his keys or for a game! That probably woulda started another episode in this feud.

You don't have that problem. You just need a baseball key chain. Well, here it is.

Also in News & Notes

Fifth Place Works for Them
Fifth Place Works for Them

Southampton just took a Mersey-beating. Liverpool kept pace with Arsenal and surprising Burnley in the current chase to hold the Premiership's fifth position. What with the format changes to qualify for European competition ...

Stuttgart Steals One
Stuttgart Steals One

Borussia Dortmund's intent this season was to go with youth. The exuberance of their strategy saw them get off to an impressive start, winning their first six matches and drawing one before falling to Red Bull Leipzig. However ...

Snapping Outta History Mode
Snapping Outta History Mode

In their existence as a hockey club from Arizona, it's fair to say this crew's only had two notable moments: they're the first NHL team Wayne Gretzky ever coached, and they're the team local boy Auston Matthews watched and ultimately ...
Back to the top