Baseball America


All around the world, baseball people found themselves unmoored.

For the players, coaches, front office officials and anyone else in the game, baseball is a life—not a 9-to-5, Monday-to-Friday job.

Many view it almost as a calling. From the start of the season to the end, it’s a Groundhog Day-like existence where one day runs into another.

But the schedule—the routine—is part of the attraction to baseball people.

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