You might have heard or read that Moises Alou has acknowledged he had no chance of catching the infamous foul ball in the eighth inning of Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series at Wrigley Field. That seemed apparent to many of us as we watched the replay of the incident about 1,000 times over the last four seasons. We saw Alou reaching for a ball off the bat of Florida's Luis Castillo, then slamming down his glove in anger over what he believed was Bartman's interference down the left-field line. A 2-foot-long glove might not have helped Alou catch that ball.
Alou said he feels bad for Bartman. Good.
This might be a good time for some apologies.
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