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Monday, November 5, 2001
Pooorrrrr Yankees...

Wednesday, November 7, 2001
First Isray, then Modell, now Selig...

Friday, November 9, 2001
Could we start with them?...

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November 5, 2001: Al: The Yankees lost! The air is a little sweeter! The sky is a little bluer! The sun is a little brighter! Kepler: Actually, in space, the sun always has the same luminance, and the sky is never blue! Al: Would you just let me enjoy the moment? Kepler: And that sweet-smelling air is a warning sign of formaldehyde! I should check that out... November 7, 2001: Al: Let me get this straight... baseball is getting less popular and has lower ratings than ever before. Mitch: Right. Al: So the owners' solution for attracting more people is contracting their fan base by two major cities? Mitch: Right. Al: Are these guys morons? Mitch: You're batting a thousand! November 9, 2001: Will: Guys, baseball contraction isn't all bad. Look at the bright side! Al: And what would that be? Will: Two fewer owners! Mitch: Could we contract all 30? Al: How many just to get Selig? Or Steinbrenner?