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03/31/2008

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Remember, baseball is not a game or a sport, it's a business. Real team owners only care about winning in regard to how it affects the bottom line. Your league should have a net profits category, with your low payroll you could be a contender. Pro sports, like all television, has managed to convince the public that it is staged for our entertainment rather than to deliver advertising to specific demographically defined audiences and to make the wealthy owners even more money. When the fan ownership idea catches on we may go back to seeing real sports.

Sounds like my fantasy football draft a few years ago. I ended up with a couple of guys that were in jail, a couple of long-term injuries, and Kevin Green, who promptly retired. Nothing dooms a career like being on my fantasy team.

So--you picked the Boogers, huh?

(Sorry. I couldn't resist.)

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