Times must be changing. In recent days, two of baseball's free agents signed with their clubs without making any complaints about them first.
Paul Molitor of the Brewers and Gary Gaetti of the Twins both were appreciative and grateful to their ballclubs, respectful cities and fans when they signed their contracts. Both players said they liked where they were playing, and liked their team and teammates.
What a delight to hear an athlete for once say thank you to his boss and his fans. That is class.