Sometimes the headlines write themselves


Kudos to the headline writer. I can’t believe that there were any other serious contenders. It helps if you know a little bit about baseball history mythology — in this case the reference is to “Shoeless” Joe Jackson, who was involved with the 1919 White Sox scandal.


Also notice “re-meet” the Beatles in the top right skybox. A riff on the Fab Four’s Second album “Meet The Beatles,” released in 1964 for all of the non-Boomers out there.


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