The Mets are now the defending National League champions -- yay! The heated overreactions underscored how, inthe mere mention of homosexuality still sends many people in the sports world whirling in anxiety. Since then a lot has changed. After the Dodgers were sold to Frank McCourt, Koufax started visiting the Dodgers in spring training again to work with pitchers, though not in an official capacity. The author kept her word, but big mouths at the publishing house can't keep from flapping. But when year-old New York Mets star Mike Piazza denied similar gossip last year, his shrugging it off and expressing support for gay players offered a little ray of hope. And again this year I will be cheering very loud and proud in Port St.
All those writers who wrote that it doesn't matter whether Koufax is gay wouldn't have written that it doesn't matter whether he's abused a gardener.
Dodgers and Sandy Koufax team up again after years apart
Contacted Thursday by The Times, Leavy, a former Washington Post reporter, said she assumed the item was about her book. It's more so about [News Corp. Vote for your favorites in the Readers' Choice Dining Awards. The Hall of Fame member will attend a portion of spring training to work with pitchers and consult with the team throughout the year. Stabbed in the back by your own publisher.
The view here is that Koufax would have been better served to ignore the item and let Leavy refute it, if it had to be refuted at all. January 22, By Dylan Hernandez. Items like the Post 's hint at that truth, and reactions -- or overreactions -- like the one from Koufax drive the point home. Please sign in with Facebook or Google below: Leavy said she had not spoken with Koufax since the item appeared, about his feelings toward the Post, News Corp.