MLB Bullets Says Misery Loves Company

Brian Blanco

The Cubs no longer have the worst record in baseball and it feels so good. Our comrades in misery, the Astros, are also moving up. A few thoughts on the draft and a look back at baseball in the 1970s. Or 1974 and 1981 to be precise.

You're going to have to forgive me that today's MLB Bullets is shorter than normal. Most of the stuff is about the draft anyway, and we've been covering that pretty well around here as it is. That and Don Zimmer, which we've also covered. Oh, and the World Cup, which is starting to grab the attention of the general interest sports writers. Also, I am completely gassed and at the end of my rope. And I have two more days of the draft to go.

And tomorrow will be a better day than today, Buster.

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