This week there is no legal section of the blog.
Now for the Opening Day memory:
Brian Doyle was a little known reserve infielder for the New York Yankees from 1978-1980 who I bet almost all fans of teams other than the Yankees never heard of. Brian had only 32 career regular season hits, one home run and a lifetime batting average of .161. His brother Denny played for the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies and was more well known. But rest assured knowledgeable middle aged and older Yankee fans certainly remember Brian. When starting All Star second baseman Willie Randolph got hurt and had to miss the 1978 World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers (in which the Yankees prevailed for the second consecutive year), Brian filled in. All he did was hit .438 with 7 hits in 16 at bats, knocked in two and scored 4 runs. He got almost one quarter of the amount