Trunk, Keegan’s column certainly is powerful. Thanks for posting it. I enjoyed your baseball blog too, Rocket Man. I guess the players figure that pursuing the traditional labor union model has worked well for them in the past. But, you’re right, they are irrational to the extent that applying it going forward will prevent changes that are needed to keep the game viable, or will result in a strike that seriously sets baseball back. From the players’ perspective, the problem they have viewing themselves as partners with the owners is that they just don’t trust them. This too may be irrational, although I must admit that the owners don’t seem like a trustworthy lot.
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