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Millionaires vs. Billionaires

  • Andrew Zimbalist talks about cable TV and baseball Andrew Zimbalist talks about cable TV and baseball
  • Andrew Zimbalist talks about the attendance drop in 1995 Andrew Zimbalist talks about the attendance drop in 1995
  • Andrew Zimbalist talks about the economics of baseball Andrew Zimbalist talks about the economics of baseball
  • Bud Selig talks the history between the Players Association and Major League Baseball. Bud Selig talks the history between the Players Association and Major League Baseball.
  • Donald Fehr talks about distrust between the owners and the players Donald Fehr talks about distrust between the owners and the players
  • Gerald Early talks about how he went back to baseball after the strike Gerald Early talks about how he went back to baseball after the strike
  • John Thorn talks about profits in baseball. John Thorn talks about profits in baseball.
  • Marcos Breton talks about being a fan after the strike Marcos Breton talks about being a fan after the strike
  • Pedro Martinez talks about the strike from a young player's perspective Pedro Martinez talks about the strike from a young player's perspective
  • Tom Boswell talks about the strike Tom Boswell talks about the strike
  • Tom Verducci talks about how 1994 will be an empty year for baseball history books Tom Verducci talks about how 1994 will be an empty year for baseball history books
  • Tom Verducci talks about the bad blood between owners and players. Tom Verducci talks about the bad blood between owners and players.

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