Every player who stayed loyal should
1. File a class-action lawsuit for money forfeited-and on behalf of the victims of 9/11
2. Immediately walk off the job (I know the Canadian Open is this week but principal should come first)...anyway the US Open is next week.
I'd really like to know what Jim Nantz thinks, wouldn't you?
I used to be a big baseball fan. I was there on Day 2 of the Toronto Blue Jays. (their first ever loss
). I took a road trip to see them in New York and Boston. Of course who could forget Joe Carter in 1993.
I haven't watched or listened to a baseball game since 1994. I consider myself to be a pretty good follower of sports (according to my wife
). I have no idea who won the World Seiies and can't name a single member of the Blue Jays...and I'm just fine, thank you!
I'm now reconsidering professional golf (maybe not the LPGA but...)
Anyway as I said Jim should have some interesting things to say. He had "retired" from CBS Sports EXCEPT FOR GOLF (no more NFL games in Buffalo). I wonder what he'll do now-hopefully he'll be at the Canadian Open-there's no snow in Toronto...for now!