By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
SAN FRANCISCO — The ball went sailing into the night, made a beeline for the bleachers in right-center field and landed amid a sea of humanity.
We are living 1998 all over again, only this time even worse.
Whenever Barry Bonds slugs home run No. 756, it won't match the excitement and applause that surrounded the previous record-setting swat 33 years ago.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES Their names are forever known by baseball fans, their images forever burned in their memories for their contributions to the seminal moments in the sport's history.
"It was a fastball down the middle of the upper part of the plate," said southpaw Downing, who would finish his career with a 123-107 record over 17 seasons in the major leagues. "I was trying to get it down, but I didn't. He's a great hitter. When he gets the pitch he's looking for, chances are he's gonna hit it pretty good."