With the trade deadline approaching and teams wheeling and dealing, I thought I’d remind everyone what Bob Dylan said about the fluid nature of MLB rosters.
From Rolling Stone:
*FOOTNOTE: So what’s Bob Dylan’s favorite baseball team, anyway?
Dylan: “The problem with baseball teams is all the players get traded, and what your favorite team used to be — a couple of guys you really liked on the team, they’re not on the team now — and you can’t possibly make that team your favorite team. It’s like your favorite uniform. I mean . . . yeah . . . I like Detroit. Though I like Ozzie [Guillen] as a manager. And I don’t know how anybody can’t like Derek [Jeter]. I’d rather have him on my team than anybody.”
[From Issue 1008 — September 7, 2006]