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Comment from: Barry Belford [Visitor]
Why call someone names. Stubby Clapp is a person who plays baseball because he loves the game. He has had the opportunity to spend 2 months playing in the big leagues which is more then most of us. He is far from a nobody, I would it if my son grew up to be a Stubby Clapp and I would be disappointed if he turned out to be a Barry Bonds.
2006-03-09 @ 17:36
Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Member] Email
Barry, that's sort of the point. Hence the headline "Barry Bonds no Stubby Clapp" or the line "You can bet Bud Selig is wishing many more people were paying attention to Stubby Clapp than Barry Bonds."

This is a pro Stubby piece. And he still is a nobody compared to Barry Bonds in the baseball world. And yes, many would be happier if their son grew up to be Stubby rather than Barry.

It's hard not to love Stubby Clapp. And maybe if he wasn't competing against steroids freaks, he'd have more than two months in the big leagues.

Again, sort of the point. Stubby's the man.
2006-03-09 @ 18:22
Comment from: bob scharmann [Visitor]
I think you guys are jealous of Barry Bonds . you need to prove him wrong before you talk
2006-03-11 @ 15:18
Comment from: ur mom [Visitor]
wat ever
2006-03-23 @ 08:45
Comment from: Mark C. [Visitor]
It looks like Bud Selig is waffling a bit on this steroid issue.
2006-05-04 @ 01:12
Comment from: Shaun Fathers [Visitor]
From someone who watched Stubby grow up, i take a great offense at you implying that Stubby is a nobody. you sir need to get out more and meet the people you talk about. yes he is only about 5'6' but that should add to the talent and determination he has shown. To even make the majors is to me a very big deal and shows that you don't have to be 6' and full of steroids to compete. In closing please don't call names to the undeserving. TO STUBBY.. YOU GO KID!!!
2006-07-08 @ 14:59

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