“There is always madness in love, but there is always reason in that madness”… Anonymous.
Today, Tuesday and tomorrow are Post Days. Please, send me your full name and the town or cities from which you write. Otherwise I can’t answer you.
Jorge Figueroa M. from Hermosillo, says: “Los Tomateros have a wonderful Hall of Fame in Culiacan, where they show their achievements and the trophies from the championships that they have achieved. The Naranjeros have not bothered to create something similar. Trophies of our great players and Where is the history, where is the silver, pure silver trophy to match the Caribbean Series they won in 1976? Fans demand a Hall of Fame like Tomatoros. Let these Naranjeros directors take your batteries!
Carlos Muñoz from Santiago de Chile asks: “Do the big leaguers have to pay taxes on half their fees?”
Come on buddy: hardly, as economic advisors suggest investments to pay less. For example, if they create jobs, the amount of those obligations goes down. On the other hand, in addition to his fee for playing, he gets a lot of other money through appearing in commercials, signing autographs and selling souvenirs.
Eduardo Montiel from Houston asks: The Yankees were the most valuable team in 1973 when George Steinbrenner bought them for $10 million.
Friend Walk: After CBS-TV sold the club to Steambrenner, they renegotiated the money they paid for some of the arrangements and the investment was only eight million. And of course, the Yankees were the most valuable team.
Marilyn Hupton from San Diego asks: “Why are spectators at so many stadiums insulting Fernando Tatis Jr., especially those idiots at Yankee Stadium?”
Amiga Lyn: He feels humiliated, but they just yell “steroids, steroids”, you know why. Meanwhile, you’ve insulted tens of thousands of people by calling “those people” who go to Yankee Stadium idiots. I inform you that when they pay for their tickets, they get the right to shout “steroids” in the stadium.
Jose G. Salinas T. de Judibana, asks: “Have you moved to New York? Because the column was dated there the day before.”
Friend Pepe: I’m here studying an excellent job prospect they’ve offered me. While the doctors try to establish whether I will be able to survive even at the age of 94 at the top.
Thank you life that has given me so much, a reader like you too.