This comes up from time to time, and today it's my friend Graham Womack who brings it up:
It’s one of the last remaining areas of bigotry in America, persecution of gays, and not surprisingly, baseball isn’t much evolved ... With estimates that 10 percent of people are gay or lesbian, chances are good that a sport of 750 players (up to 1,200 after September call-ups) already has a gay All Star or two.
“…You’ll NEVER See It All.“
PITCHER For The CLEVELAND INDIANS From 1941 Through 1958, Though He Would Lose A Few Seasons Due To Military Service During WORLD WAR II.
.WON 20 (or more) Games SEVEN (7) Times.
.SEVEN (7) Time ALL-STAR.
.WORLD SERIES CHAMPION.
.Elected To The BASEBALL HALL OF FAME In 1976.
“…And That Is The Lamp Of Experience. I Know Of No Way Of Judging The Future But By The Past.“
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