As a former Little League manager (and author of a memoir titled "Joy in Mudville"), I suppose I should have something profound to say about the Mitchell (no relation) Report on druggies in baseball, but for now I will only celebrate Roger Clemens' demise and offer a little black humor from today's papers in New York.
The Post, of course, "injects" the funniest line, opening one article, "George Mitchell caught Roger Clemens with his pants down -- literally." Its front page shows five needles, carrying the names of abusers, shooting up a baseball, under the headline DISGRACE. The back cover pictures Andy Pettitte and Clemens under the title, SHOT TO HELL. The sedate New York Times, meanwhile, rises to the occasion on the front page of its sports section with tiny photos of dozens of IDed druggies -- in the shape of a huge needle.