THT Daily: Whoopsby Matthew Carruth
February 15, 2008
Typo Controversy - A typo in a court document released by federal authorities yesterday concerning Barry Bonds caused sports media panic for a few hours until rectified.
On Second Thought - Congressman Harry Waxman, of the Clemens hearing fame, said he wishes the hearing had never been held. Maybe this means Congress will turn its attention to more important matters like stripping down the FISA Bill. Huh? What's that? Oh. Never mind then.
No Excuses - The Braves have had a poor track record the past couple years on players getting held up with visa issues. They look forward to cutting that number down to zero this spring. It's not that hard really.
Tony Clark Heads Home - To San Diego on a one-year, $900 thousand contract.
Why Spring Training Sucks - Sports writers get even lazier when you put them in warm weather environments. That's why I moved to International Falls, MN, because I'm all about dedication to the craft.
Looking Back - John Sickels travels back to 2003 and posts his top 50 hitter and top 50 pitcher prospects. Beware those pitching prospects; rejoice in those hitting prospects.
Looking Forward - Tango shows us how to calculate up to the day Marcel projections.
Matthew Carruth is an editor for The Hardball Times. He welcomes any and all sorts of communication at his email.