Click. Alou also wants to feel special around Felipe. Although they occasionally clashed when Moises was an Expo—"It was sometimes hard," says Moises, "playing for my dad and getting to know him for the first time"—the two are now in touch on a regular basis. After hanging up with the Gazette reporter on May 31, Moises dialed his father's cell phone number. The two spoke for 10 minutes, Moises more upset than Felipe. "My dad deserves better than the Expos," he says. "Everyone knows Felipe Alou is one of the greatest managers in the world. He'll be managing somewhere next year, and maybe I'll be playing for him." Alou's poker face breaks into a smile. "Winning a World Series together," he says, "it'd be a beautiful thing."
Click. Some memories are truly worth waiting for.
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