Baseball Without Privilege

It’s better with Andrew McCutchen.

It’s better with Andrew McCutchen.

It is BETTER with Andrew  McCutchen.

 

Read:

http://theundefeated.com/features/andrew-mccutchen-in-the-country-of-baseball/

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11 thoughts on “Baseball Without Privilege

  1. Cost for one summer, including travel, team dues and tournament fees: $5,500.

    Yeah tell me again HBT commenters how there’s no financial issues with youth baseball.

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    • Here you go expecting a debate from the HBT commenters!

      While I don’t go on there very often, except to troll, expecting debate from that hoard of villains and scum, is kinda like Wal-Mart selling you Kobe beef and finding out it’s made of Tampa bay rays prospects!

      Either way, it’s probably nutritious!

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      • Here you go expecting a debate from the HBT commenters!

        While I don’t go on there very often, except to troll, expecting debate from that hoard of villains and scum, is kinda like Wal-Mart selling you Kobe beef and finding out it’s made of Tampa bay rays prospects!

        Either way, it’s probably nutritious! Also, # longing, also, # silence of the hams.

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        • Oh my fucking Gawd,, I can add and edit my post? Is this a one time thing? Take that POWER away from me. I will fuck it up. Anyway, pm. me and offer me millions or I will dox scouts. I’m fucking serious!

          You would all be surprised to learn that he is a fucking Baltimore fan.

          Tune in tomorrow and I will uncover more of his secrets.

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  2. Cutch is pure class, besides being one of the five best baseball players of the last five years. I would hate to think of baseball without him. At the same time, I have no idea how to change this spiral. The U.S. is turning into a plutocracy all around us, and no one really seems to care – at least in useful ways.

    The fact that I would be counted one of the privileged does not make me think this is a good thing.

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