Friday, May 16, 2008


Now that Bud Selig has completely eradicated steroids from the game of baseball, he's on to his next monumental challenge - the scourge of splintering maple bats.

Selig said the executive council discussed players' use of bats made from maple wood, which seem to be shattering more frequently -- and in a more dangerous fashion -- than those made of ash.

Asked if baseball would consider regulating the thickness of maple bat handles or even ban them entirely, Selig said it was too early to say. "But it's been a source of concern for me."
Here I thought I was the only one who noticed. Or could it be that Bud reads In-Between Hops?

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