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Never Assume Anything -- and You Know Why

Roger Clemens wearing a glove with a “300" patch on it to the mound before actually winning No. 300 was akin to Dusty Baker’s gaffe when he gave his starting pitcher the game ball on the mound with a 5-0 lead late in Game 6 of the World Series against the resilient Angels.

Both moves cried out for a capital “L” next to the offender’s name, which they deservedly received.

Josh Clark

San Marino

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