Wednesday, September 26, 2007

MLB gets one right

Go to your underground bomb shelters. Stock up on water, food, etc.

No the world isn't ending, but it may be soon. Why? Because Major League Baseball did something right when it came to an umpire vs. player issue.

MLB suspended Mike Winters, the umpire in the middle of Milton Bradley's lastest, and most unusual, meltdown, for the remainder of the season.

Winters allegedly used profanity toward Bradley and San Diego first base coach Bobby Meacham said Winters called Bradley a derogatory name.

In the ensuing scramble, Bradley tore his ACL when Padres manager Bud Black spun him down in order to keep Bradley away from Winters. Bradley is gone for the year.

Now so is Winters. That's justice.


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