Yesterday I expressed wonder that government officials feel compelled to intervene in a botched call during a baseball game.
But I didn't address the rich pointers to the gospel that this story has provided. Gospel themes of human imperfection, justice, contrition and mercy are on display in this interesting story. This post from Erik Raymond does a nice, concise job of helping us think Christ-exalting thoughts about this baseball story.
I trust that especially the sports fan who frequent this blog will enjoy Raymond's post.