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There is no question that baseball will still be played in 20 years. The question is what will baseball look like at the highest level?
Will Big League Baseball Survive looks at that question by first looking at how we got to the game we have today and then by examining the problems, changes and other issues that Major League Baseball will have to deal with over the next few years. As the book points out, we might not have to wait too long to see which direction the game is headed as the next TV contract cycle is in 2021 and that will be pivotal.
I can't give the book 5 stars though because early in the text, it states at one point that the Atlanta Braves won the 1995 world series in 7 games when any self-respecting Braves fan like myself knows they won it in 6. It may just be one small error but when something like that happens, it does make one wonder what else might be wrong and even if absolutely nothing else is wrong the fact that you had to think of the question is troubling enough.
This was an easy book to listen to despite the fact it took me a few days to get through.
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review and that had no baring on my opinion of the book.
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I learned a lot throughout this read that I had not been previously aware of. Since my son will be playing college ball and is in the midst of the recruiting process, it has been eye opening. Excellent narration by John Gully!