Coming Apart at the Seams: How Baseball Owners, Players, and Television Executives Have Led Our National Pastime to the Brink of Disaster
Longtime sports agent Jack Sands, along with Peter Gammons--recognized as the best inside writer in the game today--provides the first objective look at how baseball owners, players, agents, and television executives have led the national pastime to the brink of disaster.
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