More Bad News for Organized Baseball, This Time on the 2005 Stats
bad news about the 2005 stats, I've already gotten two instances where they don’t add up— and I’m only checking the games played for the Kane County Cougars
Raul Padron played in 112 games not 113, and Ryan Ruiz played in 94 not 93. This is all according to several scorekeepers at Cougar games that all have the same thing.
It’s just heartbreaking to see what organized baseball is doing to the historical record— which, because of the failures of the MSM, we will never be able to correct.
And going digital means, sadly, loosing our present. There isn’t— in many cases, I am told— a paper trial for scorers, everything gets keyed in the big computer directly. And, if you go to minor league game, you are probably the only person in the park scoring the game.