Major League Baseball Shouldn’t Be Worrying About The Bottom Line

Major League Baseball Shouldn’t Be Worrying About The Bottom Line

Dan Patrick reacts to the report that multiple owners in Major League Baseball don’t want the season to happen for financial reasons. Dan says that he understands why small market teams may need the cash flow and don’t want to lose money on a shortened season but that underneath it all it’s not supposed to be about the money. Dan also shares an idea he has to try to get a deal done between MLB and the player’s union; lock Rob Manfred and Tony Clark in a room with a mediator and don’t let them out until a deal is done.

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