As Barry Bonds and his traveling sideshow get ready to move out of town, another one is moving in, and this one, well, let's just say it's kind of personal with this one. According to Jim Salisbury's story in the Inquirer this morning, Billy Wagner said he did not feel very well liked by his teammates, who were overly sensitive to criticism and afraid of media scrutiny. It all in the story, including the part where Pat Burrell apparently called Wagner a "rat." But better yet, the story simply shows how good a reporter Salisbury is. If there was ever anyone with tons of fascinating baseball stories it's Jim. He's definitely one of the best. He can write a baseball story the way regular people can rack up out-of-control, spiraling credit debt. On another note, I imagine there will be a few extra security folks stationed along the visiting bullpen for the Mets series, which starts on Tuesday. Fun. Fun. Fun. Hey look... writers! There's nothing like a slow zoom past the press box during a sporting event. Better yet, there's nothing like knowing someone who recorded the scanning shot, put it on YouTube and then sends you the screen shot. So thanks to Dan McQuade, here's a view of the press box from last night's game. It also looks as if I'm hard at work and very busy... now you just have to figure out which one is me.