This week, baseball has been all about Boston and Bartman.
It has been all about collapses and scapegoats.
It has been all about who fans blame for their team not making the playoffs, choking in the playoffs, and who should be really be blamed for their team's "failures."
The ESPN film on Bartman proved that even though scapegoating may be illogical, it has been going on for a long time. Once a team loses its last game, the fans have to find somebody to blame.
But besides Bartman and Buckner, who were the biggest scapegoats in baseball history? Here is a brief look at the history of scapegoating in baseball.