Rockies born of Monus' work, but he never saw his baby grow up
Mickey Monus answers the phone on the second ring. Moments into the call he begins to laugh, as if he's amused, as if he knew someone would eventually track him down and put his baseball legacy, such as it is, together with the moving parts of this 2007 World Series."I'm publicity averse," he says.
What happened to me is both tragic for me and a lot of people. If we were able to change things in life, do you think I'd be interested in doing that? But that's not the way it works.
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