The Bawl Game

Frustrated Cincinnati Soapsuds owner Geoffrey W. Furst is fed up with trying to compete as a small market franchise and just plain disgusted with athletes and their multi-million-dollar fixed contracts that get paid regardless of performance. But he has a plan: pay-for-play. What could go wrong? 25 players for just 9 positions, to begin with. And that's just the start of the chaos. More

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About Frank Diekmann

Frank J. Diekmann is a 20-year veteran of newspaper reporting and editing, having covered sports, travel and financial services. Along the way this included, sadly, many, many nights in hotels, where a TV was usually on in the background.

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RB reviewed on on June 13, 2014
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Another insightful and humorous work from Diekmann, who shares a great take on what might happen to Major League Baseball if players really had to work for their pay. Laugh-out-loud funny—and makes you think.
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