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Fortunately, Marcus Stroman missed his target and the pitch soared past the head of Joseph.  That is a no-no.  Pitchers should never throw at an opponents head.  A beaning can end someones career or even kill them.  Based upon the circumstances, I understand why the umpires and Commissioner Bud Selig believe the pitch was intentional and why he was suspended.  When there is a bad blood, the primary participants are the focus of the umpires attention and protection. Stroman has remained steadfast in his claim that there was no intent in the pitch that almost domed Joseph.  He is appealing because he truly didnt mean to throw at Joseph.  It makes no sense otherwise.  If he intended to do it, he should just accept the respect of his teammates and his punishment.  Missing six games when you have already been eliminated is painless.  If you do the crime, you have to serve the time.  He will lose his appeal and sit for six games sooner or later. 2. Aside from Baltimore, the entire AL East underperformed this year. Who among the Blue Jays, Yankees, Red Sox and Rays is best suited to turn it around in 2015? This has been a down year for the AL East. It has long been the best division in basebal,l but not this season. Over the years, the spending and success of the Yankees and Red Sox caused every other AL team, particularly in the AL East, to spend more and add power. For almost two decades, everyone in the AL chased the Yankees and Red Sox. The last time the Yanks and Sox both missed the playoffs in the same season was 1993. The Rays, before this season, have had nice run of competitiveness for a small market team and the Jays have the power bats to slug with anyone. Every team has flaws of some sort. Teams that make the playoffs tend to have fewer flaws or they have enough impact in some areas of the game to compensate for their weakness in another. 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But Jeters most significant accomplishment is that he has been respected by every teammate and opponent he has ever known.  Jeter always did the right thing.  He respected the game.  He respected umpires and teammates.  He respected his closest competitors.  He never got caught up in his own hype.  He never took the bait to respond inappropriately to any situation.  He maintained a respectful and friendly relationship with the media.  He has done everything right.  There are no perfect people, let alone baseball players, but Jeters career has been perfect.  He couldnt have played better.  He couldnt have represented the Yankees or the game of baseball better.  He is simply amazing. In this day and age of social networking, with Twitter and cameras on phones and all of the other ways that we invade each others privacy, he has never had a misstep.  He is always classy and appropriate.  He is grateful for what he has and has never taken any aspect of being a big leaguer for granted. Jeter has dated some of the biggest stars and models, yet never a scandal.  He treats women with he same respect he treats everyone else.  It is not only Yankee fans that will miss Derek Jeter - it is all baseball fans.  I will be at Jeters last home game at Yankee Stadium on Thursday, September 25.  I for one will stand and applaud to show my respect and gratitude for how he played and his success.  I will mostly be standing, though, out of gratitude for his representing the game I love with class and dignity.  I applaud him for being a role model for so many young kids.  We all wish our kids could grow up and be just like him.  So please join me in saying, “Thank you, Derek for 20 great seasons.  You broke our hearts many times, but we never held it against you because you beat us with grace, class and dignity.” Oh, and by the way, “Good riddance!!  Maybe we can win a championship now, too.” Cheap Predators Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Ducks Jerseys Cheap Coyotes Jerseys Cheap Sharks Jerseys Cheap Canucks Jerseys Cheap Bruins Jerseys Cheap Sabres Jerseys Cheap Panthers Jerseys Cheap Canadiens Jerseys Cheap Senators Jerseys Cheap Hurricanes Jerseys Cheap Blue Jackets Jerseys Cheap Islanders Jerseys Cheap Rangers Jerseys Cheap Flyers Jerseys ' ' '

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