Friday, June 22, 2007

The Troubled Times

It's not the first time the NY Times had trouble with those tricky things called "facts" but at this rate the rapidly declining newspaper shouldn't be in misery for too long:

The Keeping Score column on Sunday, about new baseball research into hitting and fielding trends that can help assess the impact of pitchers, referred incorrectly to the status of the journeyman Glendon Rusch. He is recovering from a blood-clot scare last season, and is not pitching now; he is not out of the game because he “appears to have run out of employers to disappoint” with his statistically below-average pitching.


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