The Future OF Baseball

Posted by tonyrogers1123 6 months, 1 week ago to Business
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These days to excel we have to think about the future aspect of writing that we do or choose to put our mind and energy to. It is a very crucial step. If we do not think about the future aspects then thinking about development and progress is nearly out of hand. Baseball is one of the beloved international games. Chicago Cubs is a popular team. It is majorly played in the US. There are Major and Minor Leagues and events that are organised. Big cities/states have teams' names after them. But when we think about the future, what is the future of baseball? Let’s find out below Baseball has been an American favourite for a long time. From aged people to kids everyone is familiar with it. But the popularity has been declining recently. With the number of options growing in the market, attention is being diverted to different places. The rules of any game cannot remain the same for a long time. Different changes are required to come with time. As the generation changes, even the game needs to evolve accordingly. An international game always has its own set of terms and policies. They need to be changed. A huge barrier to the growth of the game is the blackout policy which prohibits certain people from watching certain matches. This creates a negative impact on the people. With so many options available in the market, the younger generation is divided into different parts. The game requires a good amount of people and laser focus to become good at it. Physical involvement is of utmost importance. To make this happen, campaigns, and camps should be organised so that the younger can know about the game and try it out.

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  • Posted by $ blarman 6 months, 1 week ago
    Not sure why this is getting such hate.

    I grew up playing baseball. It was a great place to learn teamwork, work itself, objective scoring, objective rules, the need to practice to improve, and many other things. Baseball is also America's pasttime - a sport invented here in the United States and played in the streets. Baseball is also interesting because while it is a "team" sport, baseball is ultimately a one-on-one sport: pitcher vs batter. It incorporates a measure of collectivism (the team-nature) to what is ultimately an individual sport: a classic microcosm of America in general.

    Think of what would have happened if, instead of aggregating into gangs, the youth of today (especially in the inner city) played stickball. Instead of these children lauding gangsters, rappers, and thugs they would be learning valuable life skills which epitomize American culture!

    To those who view this as inappropriate or irrelevant for this forum, I invite you to consider my comments and review your own. In my opinion, it is entirely relevant.
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    • Posted by mhubb 6 months, 1 week ago
      no sale

      part of why this nation is in the crap shape is in in is WAY too much time spent on such useless wastes of time like being a couch potato and worshiping at the feet of false "heroes" of sports
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      • Posted by $ blarman 6 months, 1 week ago
        Point one: no one can work 16 hours a day. People need to be able to engage in recreational activities for their sanity and productivity for the 8-9 hours they focus on their vocation. Furthermore, what qualifies as a "waste of time" is entirely subjective and individual. To each their own.

        Point two: there are plenty of people in sports who can be looked up to, however. Cal Ripken, Jr was known as the Iron Man of baseball - having played in over 10,000 games - in a row. Yeah, there are always going to be fake heroes and they abound in many sports. But there are also the good ones that can be celebrated - like Cal. IMHO, because the process of making it to the major leagues involves years scraping by on nothing playing for farm teams, baseball has far fewer of the arrogant types like those commonly found in the NBA or NFL. If you're going to pick a sport from which to look for people to emulate, I'm hard pressed to name one better than baseball.

        People are always going to find someone to look up to. We can do a LOT worse than baseball players. Oh, right. We ARE...

        Side note: science has demonstrated that the two most difficult sporting feats are hitting a golf ball 300 yards and hitting a 90+ MPH fastball for a base hit. (One might also include throwing a 90+ MPH pitch for a strike.)
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        • Posted by mhubb 6 months, 1 week ago
          watching a bunch of over-paid clowns is not "recreational activity"

          the over emphasis of our society on this useless crap is what i am taking about

          go out and play a sport
          go out and be with your family

          i could CARE LESS about ANY of these over-paid false heroes
          WHO CARES how many games ANY OF THEM PLAYED

          i CARE about the young OFFICER murdered a few weeks back and those like her that stand for something worth while and put their life on the life, something no sport ass does

          get a DAMN CLUES

          just like the over-paid hollywood clowns that i do not give a damn about
          i do not care about these over-paid clown

          WHO the hell cares about someone hitting a damn golf ball... as if that will save the world or something
          WOW guy, your priorities are really messed up

          Audie Murphy, Alvin York, Chesty Puller, 31 Knot Burke, Edward l. Beach, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Armstrong, Ted Williams and people like them are the ones i care about
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          • Posted by $ blarman 6 months, 1 week ago
            As I said, to each their own.

            You do know, however, that Ted Williams played baseball, right? His lifetime batting average still stands as one of the all-time greats...
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  • Posted by $ BobCat 6 months, 1 week ago
    Playing a sport for exercise, comradery, and personal improvement is vastly different than sitting on one's arse and hero worshiping all the while thinking that one is involved in sports. There is no such thing as a spectator sport - you are either a spectator or you are the sport!

    Personally I chose to be a mover type and actually doing something like gardening, pitching horse shoes, or motorcycling, etc. I do not waste my time and space watching over paid clowns.
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  • Posted by mhubb 6 months, 1 week ago
    the world is burning
    who cares about his useless crap
    part of why we are here is due to people wasting time on unimportant, useless crap
    playing sports is fine
    thinking you somehow own part of what a team does by being a couch potato is delusional
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