Ozzie Guillen took it a step farther: “Major league baseball/American League should make guys go see the Negro League Museum in Kansas City. They should make them go there and find out the real history of the game and the great thing[s] about baseball. I don’t know why they’re not doing it. The Players Association should make it [mandatory]. First of all, help them with the museum and we can see what those guys went through to make us make a lot of money … I said that [first back] in 2006: MLB should have the rule that we have to stop by. Everybody that goes to K.C. has to have a bus before you go to the ballpark and stop by for an hour, two hours. You will learn a lot and appreciate what you do right now.
I think we’ll be all right,” closer Drew Storen said. “I don’t think it’s going to be as big as everyone’s making it, really, to be honest with you. I trust the veteran guys. I don’t know how to handle this; I’ve never dealt with it before. But all the guys down there [pointing to the other end of the clubhouse] know what they’re doing. They’re going to figure this out.
It’s not going to change anything in here,” right fielder Jayson Werth said. “We’re the ones that have been making pitches and hitting balls and winning ballgames. We’re going to keep going. I feel good about these guys in here, the direction of this franchise. I think there’s a lot of positives and a lot of good things to come from this team. We’re moving forward.
I didn’t feel bad,” Ramos said. “I wanted to see those guys angry.
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