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When Rick Monday rescued that American flag in Dodger Stadium many years ago, he was a Cub at the time. Not long after that he was wearing Dodger Blue. He had to. He was a hero.

Everyone knows by now of the heroic exploits of Nomar and his uncle in saving the lives of two women in Boston Harbor. It has been well documented. But no one has surmised what this means for Nomar’s future. The free-agent is a beloved icon in Beantown already. Might this incident be the lynchpin to get him back in the organization? Especially since Edgar Renteria didn’t exactly live up to expectations.

What do ya think?

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Regular writer for View From The Bleachers in 2005-06; Turns 50 this summer; Met Ernie, Billy and others back in 70-72; AKA VFTB Chaplain; Pastor in Pennsylvania when not obsessing over the Cubs; Wishes no harm to any opposing player; Married 26 years to a wonderful woman. Favorite player is Ryan Theriot