Ryne Sandberg’s Hall of Fame induction speech is arguably one of the best that I’ve listened to thus far. I particularly enjoyed his discussion of the proliferation of home runs in the game. Even I can’t deny that home runs are exciting, but small ball, in my opinion, is much more of an art form. Sandberg was inducted in to the Hall of Fame as a Cubs second baseman in 2005.
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That’s easy for Ryno to say since he hit close to 300 home runs.
Hm… good point. I do agree with him though. I much prefer inside baseball to the steroidal approach.