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I thought I put this to rest......
Apparently not. Apparently, the North Dakota state legislators don't read this site. I think they ought to, especially since they
I thought I made a pretty good case for Roger Maris as a very good baseball player, but in no way deserving of the Hall of Fame. I got two positive responses from readers and nobody blasted me, so I figured everyone agreed.
It seems though, that there are at least a few lawmakers with too much time on their hands and not enough knowledge of baseball. Isn't there something better that lawmakers should be spending tax dollars on? What business do they have even talking about it in the first place?
"probably achieved more in baseball with less appreciation from sportswriters and fans than any other player," the resolution says.That statement is wrong on so many levels that I wont even bother to mention the name of Jackie Robinson.
Anybody in South Dakota who wants to pass a resolution to sell North Dakota to Canada can Email Curt for his signature.