In October 2004 Magglio Ordonez sold his talents to agent Scott Boras. Now, it’s Boras’ turn to sell MLB teams on Ordonez.
For Boras, this job will require more planning and a convincing sales strategy. Ordonez, 30, one of the American League’s most consistent hitters from 1999-2003, is coming off a injury-shortened season in which he played in just 52 games for the White Sox. Since his first full season in the majors (1998), he has never played in fewer than 145 games in a single season.
One day after Tyrone Willingham was fired by Notre Dame cries of racism are surfacing.
Well, no one actually published that dirty little “R” word. It has been thinly veiled with clever phrasings like “arrogance,” “intolerance” and, my favorite “an unmistakable stink.”