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and Roger Clemens—maybe you’d get some arguments from the [Sandy] Koufax/[Pedro] Martinez sector and the Walter Johnson segment and the Nolan Ryan crowd—but they are two of the very, very best.
I mean, I know one person in all of the Major Leagues I’m absolutely certain didn’t, and that’s Ichiro Suzuki.
THR: Are you going to do "The 11th Inning" now?
Ken Burns: We need a few things to happen. Like the Cubs win the World Series; that would automatically do it.
It probably means I've been hanging out here too long as I at first thought "Andy" was our Andy and not Pettitte.
and the structural integrity of my nutsack
Ken Burns: I want them to suffer for a while.
I thought no one would get in, but the fact they are having a TV show suggests they know someone will get in. I will guess Biggio.
But other than that, I have no guarantee that anyone you loved and think is way above that didn’t do it. And that is why they need to wait and wait and wait. Because it makes it impossible for us to judge excellence in this era.
The problem the era presents isn't that we can't judge excellence within the era.
The fount of fluid from my womanly teats greatly vexes me.
Does this mean Rene Zwelleger will be playing the part of Roger Clemens in the upcoming adaption of Gonfalon's epic?
Burns is a funny one. Spends all kinds of time in his baseball series talking about race in baseball then makes the first black manager to win anything (first a division title then 2 world series) a footnote.
I'm not quite sure how to break it to Mr. Burns, but it turns out that some of the jazz musicians of the 1920s may also have been using illegal substances.
Zachary Quinto is in talks to play the fountain pen used to write Clemens' missive.
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