Who won the bet that Manny would last a week into the 2011 baseball season before he would start … well … being Manny? Did Joe Madden and the Tampa Bay Rays really think they could save him? What a sad but predictable ending for this once great baseball player. Didn’t you worry when you heard the news from spring training camp that he arrived in great shape? I hope you enjoy retirement, Manny, and that you will find peace with the sad ending you created for yourself. The popular belief is that the only way Manny will get into the Baseball Hall of Fame is as a paying guest. Perhaps Manny would say, “It no matter.” R.I.P.
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