Sep 20, 2010, 5:30 PM EDT
Reader Gobias Industries is not impressed with Scott Boras’ claim about how special Jayson Werth is:
It’s amazing (albeit a bit mathematically impossible) how many
once-in-a-generation talents Boras has represented this generation.
I take a bit of an objection here. Boras is way too sharp to call all of his big free agents “once-in-a-generation” players. Some are “special talents.” Others are “rare talents.” Others are “singular talents” . . .
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