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  • Major League Baseball

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    Major League Baseball Professional sports are a competition between the greatest athletes in the world. And when I go to a game, that’s exactly what I expect to see. Sports are entertainment. There is no room for purity and respecting the limits that athletes had in the past. Modern athletes should utilize all the resources that they have available to them. This includes steroids, which enhance an athlete’s performance. After all, performance is what really matters. The sport that has gotten

  • Major League Baseball

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    A Winning Hand In all professional athletics a team’s general manager is a huge piece of their overall success. In this particular situation we are dealing with baseball, where a team’s general manager is huge. There are some excellent general manager’s in Major League Baseball such as the Dodgers Paul Depodesta and the Red Sox Theo Epstein. But in this article the author specifically focused on the one GM who everyone that is familiar with sports knows of, the Oakland Athletics Billy Beane. Beane

  • Major League Baseball

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    May 2002, a ban that the management of Major League Baseballs’ Seattle Mariners imposed requiring non-admittance of any fan wearing a tee shirt saying, “Yankees Suck” was finally lifted. Telling the Seattle Mariner fans that the word “suck” was offensive and had no place in a family atmosphere, was out of line to many. The backlash from the fans was overwhelming to the point that Mariners management had no choice but to lift the ban. The ban caused three major backlashes: It angered season ticket holders

  • Major League Baseball Expansion

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    Bill Giles’ proposed that “teams from corresponding divisions of the two leagues would play a three-or-four-game series, with home fields alternating each year” but still needed the approval of the owners and the players association (Lord, 137). With the 1996 Collective Bargaining Agreement, the players agreed to Interleague play in both the 1997 and 1998 seasons but used those years as a trial period to decide if Interleague play was something they would like to continue with further into the future

  • Salaries in Major League Baseball

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    Salaries in Major League Baseball Every year, it becomes more obvious that many sports in America have problems. For years, Hockey has been criticized for its excessive violence. The National Football League has also been scrutinized for this reason as well as the fact that many of the top players have constantly been in trouble with the law. Major League Baseball is no different. The situation with baseball is more complicated, and is not only ruining the game itself, but also drawing millions

  • Steroids in Major League Baseball

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    Steroids in Major League Baseball Anabolic steroids have been abused by Major League Baseball players for years, it’s time to forever ban the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs before they ruin America’s past time. Why should athletes be able to cheat when teammates or rivals are competing with honest effort? Every year records are broken and new heights are achieved, the game of baseball is very simple yet very humble, and to deceive the game you love, forever will you be punished. Let me inform

  • Major League Baseball Business

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    For over a century, fans have gathered to watch their favorite baseball team compete. Each fan may have a favorite team, and in that team they may choose their favorite player(s). These players are people that fans idolize, wishing they could be them. But, has professional baseball become more than one of America’s favorite pastimes? The MLB has become a business of trading and deals. Baseball is a “national pastime,” as referred to by Jules Tygiel (36). Being a “national pastime” means many people

  • Integration in Major League Baseball

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    When asked to describe a baseball the first word generally voiced is white, and before April 15, 1947 that is exactly what the game of baseball was, white. “There is no law against Negroes playing with white teams, or whites with colored clubs, but neither has invited the other for the obvious reason they prefer to draw their talent from their own ranks” (‘42’). These were the feelings of people living in 1947, that blacks and whites were not meant to play baseball together. Then, why decades earlier

  • Steroids and Major League Baseball

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    1). The most common steroid used in major league sports are Anabolic Steroids. Anabolic Steroids are synthetic versions of the male hormone, testosterone. Non-medical use of anabolic steroids is illegal and banned by most sports organizations (SportsMedicine 1). The most well known steroid controversy is the continuing struggle in the Major League Baseball (MLB). Steroids entered baseball’s banned substance list in 1991, however testing for major league players did not begin until the 2003 season

  • Information Technology In Major League Baseball

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    Information Technology in Major League Baseball Information Technology has quickly became an everyday part of life. It is used in almost every aspect of our lives. It used at home to check e-mail, send text messages, and surf the web. It is used at work for networking and even many modern telephone systems. In many cases IT is simply a part of our day. Major League Baseball is no different. The league has also become very active in the IT world. It is used in almost every single aspect