. . . and it isn't the way the purists think it is, either.
The Hall of Famer and baseball's first black manager played the game hard but preferred to break barriers quietly.
If the Cubs survived (and finally won a World Series playing) night ball, the National League can handle the DH. Seriously.
. . . and their tank tax idea is one of the best they've ever had.
That's White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf, the arguable mastermind of the 1994 players' strike . . . who might still have eyes for Manny Machado.
Before he retired, the longtime Pirate had a big enough hand in bringing Marvin Miller into the MLBPA.
Happy 100th birthday in heaven, Jackie Robinson---player, pioneer, man.