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#45 - the nation needs that a whole lot more than it needs somebody to support media sources who at best are being intentionally misleading, and at worst are cynically besmirching someone to get a few online impressions.
I remember in 89 or 90 when Jose Canseco was still a star, the As came to Baltimore. He hit two or three dingers in the series, was roundly booed, and when he crossed the plate he would flex his bicep and wave to the crowd. As a 12 year old, I thought it was fantastic.
Has there ever been a baseball player fully embrace the villain role?
Also I am still a mythical horse/man creature.
I think A-Rod should go full villain.
No, but on the list of problems in the world, it probably doesn't rank in the top million.
Well, hero or villain is often dependent on which side of the fence you are on. Reggie Jackson was a hero to NY fans after his WS exploits with the Yankees; I'm certain many LA fans saw him as a villain.
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