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In Baseball as in Organizations, Players, not Tactics, Win Games

Recently I read a review article about a new book on baseball managers. The author was comparing several managers to answer the question: “Who is the better manager? Someone steeped in strategic acumen, the type of guy who constantly shuffles players … Continue reading

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To Retire or Not To Retire – It’s an Option not a Mandate

I recently read a really neat article about Bob Wolff, the legendary sports announcer who has been inducted into both The Baseball and Basketball Halls of Fame.  The article focused on how it came about that fate provided him the … Continue reading

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