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seniorpaul wrote:All these guys are doing is basically putting themselves on the auction blocks. If you want to complain about the high salaries, you should fault the owners, not the players. You can't blame players for simply accepting what the owners are offering.
Pogotheostrich wrote:I don't quite understand why you think the Anti-Trust exemption has anything to do with how much money MLB brings in?
And the taxpayers vote on funding these stadiums so they have no one to blame but themselves.
bleach168 wrote:You can't blame the players and you can't even blame the owners. The owners are just trying to win ballgames. Nothing wrong with that. It's the system that's broken. What we have is less than 10 owners hoarding all the best free agents while the other 20 have no chance.
Oswalt at $70m for 5 yrs is a great deal imo.
I disagree. If the system's broken, why is the game so competitive?
Chicago RedSox wrote:Alright, well I guess I'm alone in my thinking. That's alright though, definately not the first time
I think there are two things that can be done to bring baseball back to the people. One would require some sort of "reverse collusion" where owners agree to spend less on players and in turn, charge less for tickets beer and food. The other is to make players contracts less guranteed money, and more incentive based moneies. "You want your money, get off your arse and earn it Kerry Wood!" Call me a dreamer.....
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