why I've lost my love for the game. Baseball, of course, is a moneymaking enterprise. This book covers the transition of it from a dreamer-filled game of hope to its game of numbers, dollars and 'sense'. I used to love the game-year after year of familiar faces (and eternal optimism as I was a Cubs fan). I understand now why the change, why it had to happen, but it still makes me sad.
The game itself and its changes from the 80's on. I didn't pay attention to the politics of the game, just realized favorite payers were being traded left and right. Now I get it. Makes me sad, but as with everything else, the bottom line is raison d'être.
He has an easy voice to listen to.
Mostly glad it wasn't just me, but the changes in the system that has changed my view of the game. On to watching high school and college b-ball for me. I still love the crack of the bat, the beauty of the 'perfect swing'....
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