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For the first two months of the season, the Atlanta Braves were playing with about half a second baseman. Meaning Dan Uggla, the refugee Florida Marlin in whom they had obligated themselves for 62 million bucks. Uggla had delivered some home runs, which is his stock in trade, otherwise his
Columnist Furman Bisher takes a look at the PGA Championship.
At that very same time Tiger Woods was about to tee off, emerging from his sabbatical, or whatever he chose to call his three months away from the PGA Tour.
There is little that excites me about watching people retire. You know, everybody is full of good cheer -- some with good reason, some applauding inwardly. Sometimes there's a gold watch and all is positive. Nothing more depressing than your own retirement, which in my case was little more than switching gears.
The Bulldog Nation is awash in anger. Red-hot fury. Asking itself, "How could we have misjudged this man so horribly?" This man who sat before them on television the other day, tight-lipped, full of apology, begging at the end, "My desire is to keep this job."