If I were him, someone who has only a claim to being a power hitter as an excuse for ever having played in the majors, I'm not sure I'd be bragging about having only six HRs in 32 games for the "Bridgeport Bluefish" in the Atlantic League after facing major league talent for several seasons. The article makes it sound like he's on his way to a comeback, but he has six home runs in 32 games for a team named the freaking Bluefish. He's batting .311, and all these stats would be actually pretty decent. If he were in AAA or facing anybody who had a shot at even making a AA club, I'd be impressed. But, did I mention yet, he's playing for the Bridgeport Bluefish? Some guys just don't know when it's best to count their millions they were extremely fortunate to make and ride off into the sunset.