Well, the leaky balloon that was September has finally gone flat. Again, we kept on fighting back when there was no hope, in order that we might have hopes, so as to feel all yucky as they were crushed. Well, the game can't hurt me anymore this year. At least two teams I dislike are going to be suffering before it's all over.
I'm not linking to the game wrapup. It's boring and that's all in the past now.
The baseball owners and players are negotiating a new steroids-testing agreement with stiffer penalties and tests for amphetamines.
Commissioner Bud Selig, who is scheduled to appear before a congressional committee again Wednesday along with union chief Don Fehr and their counterparts from the NBA, NFL and NHL, wants a 50-game suspension for the first offense, 100 games for the second and a lifetime ban for the third. Fehr wants 20, 75 and a possible lifetime ban. What he also wants is some flexibility in the process.
In Diegoland, the final showdown at last. Two more to go.