Just watched the OTL about Jim Joyce, the umpire who blew the perfect game by Armando Galarraga this passed summer. What struck me is that when Joyce was leaving Detroit, baggage workers wrote messages of encouragement and support on his luggage tags that he found when he arrived at his next destination. At a point when so many people were so upset by the whole situation, and the fact that there were many who handled it very poorly, to say the least, by making death threats and wishing the family ill will, What a classy act shown by those Detroit baggage workers. it's just something that stuck with me.
It's my first forum post guys so go easy on me. GO BLUE!!