Ahh, the "controversial legacy". Longtime MH readers know my fascination with this topic all too well. It once was its own series a few years ago, and today, it's been condensed into one neatly-packaged list. You know the deal: Player X performs well in Pittsburgh, something goes wrong (be it injury, an exit, a bad game, etc.), and that person is never remembered in the same way again. Some fans still love these players, other fans fight back blind rage when you mention their names.
Today at The Fan's website, we're looking at the 10 Most Controversial Legacies in Pittsburgh Sports (as I see them) and to make it a little more interesting, each player has a poll for you to weigh in on how you remember them. Basically, your input will be an integral part of this story as to how this sample size of Pittsburgh sports fans remembers some selected icons.
For the audio portion of this argument, I'll be on with Joe Starkey and John Seibel at 2:40 p.m., and as always, you can listen online at The Fan's website.
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