Most of what I post on here is my own ramblings, for my own pleasure. I love when you guys leave comments, and I feel like it adds greatly to the blog overall, but from time to time, I specifically ask for you participation. This is one of those times.
I mentioned in an earlier post how I was listening to Jay Mohr on the radio last week. He brought up an interesting topic of discussion that he put out to the audience in one blunt question:
Would you rather be the World Series MVP, or be in the Baseball Hall of Fame and never win the World Series?
Interesting question. Would you rather have that long lasting career that saw you as one of the game's greatest of all time, or would you rather reach the pinnacle of your sport (The World Series) and be the best at that time, while always being able to say you were part of the team that won the Series?
In essence, as Mohr put it: Would you rather be Ted Williams...or Scott Brosius?
Discuss below. You don't need to be a baseball fan, or even a sports fan to have an opinion on this. I hope this gets a good amount of discussion, I'm interested to hear your thoughts.