Thursday, June 3, 2010


Regarding the blown call in last night's Tigers-Indians game that took away a perfect game from Tigers' pitcher Armando Galarraga:

Michigan lawmakers got into the act on Thursday, lobbying Selig to reverse the call and recognizing Galarraga as having thrown a perfect game. Gov. Jennifer Granholm issued a proclamation declaring that Galarraga had indeed pitched a perfect game, while U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell said he'd introduce a congressional resolution asking Major League Baseball to overturn the blown call.

The state government has nothing else to do?

1 comment:

  1. They have a lot else to do, but sadly, they might not care. There are GREAT injustices in the world, and that baseball game, though an injustice, is so puny compared to the injustices of abortion, or child sex trafficking, or whatever. Its really silly in light of the great injustices that exist today.

    In thinking about these things I will say this: We need to pray for our leaders! I am so guilty of complaining about the pathetic, selfish "leadership" in this country then praying for these men and women. The news of their decision to investigate the baseball game should prompt us to pray more. And also be more humble, knowing that we only see, or care, by God's grace.