It's only natural for baseball writers and stat guys to compare Roberto Alomar to Joe Morgan, Ryne Sandberg and the 16 other second basemen in the Hall of Fame. Alomar's former teammates and opponents can feel free to do the same.
Pat Gillick, the man who brought Alomar to Toronto by trade in 1990 and to Baltimore as a free agent five years later, opts for a comparison from a different sport -- where fluidity is prized and teeth are optional.
Gillick saw a touch of Derek Jeter in ...
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