(David "Play my love tuba" Maxwell) writes:
Clark is a great ballplayer. Not many players in baseball have
his intensity and desire to win. So many players now a days are just >concerned with next years contract and really don't give a hoot
about winning a championship. Rickey Henderson comes to mind.
Rickey Henderson comes to mind as a ballplayer who doesn't care
about winning a championship. I see.
Well, as I recall, Henderson and Clark met in the '89 World Series.
If memory serves, the Rickey and Jose-led A's destroyed the Giants
in four straight.
Does this mean that Rickey Henderson doesn't care about winning a championship, but is SO MUCH BETTER than Will Clark that he can
win without trying? Or does it mean that maybe you know nothing about
what is in a player's heart or mind, because there's just no way
Which of the points would you care to concede?
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