Fay Vincent — American Lawyer born on May 29, 1938,

Francis Thomas "Fay" Vincent, Jr. is a former entertainment lawyer and sports executive who served as the eighth Commissioner of Major League Baseball from September 13, 1989 to September 7, 1992... (wikipedia)

I can't be optimistic. I can be hopeful.
Certainly toward the end of the season, you and I could be in a ballpark and they might say the crowd is 30,000, and we could look around and see that there was no more than 10,000.
The final ballots represent players, managers, executives and builders who are top-tier candidates and worthy of review for consideration for election to the Hall of Fame.
This is a coup for commissioner Bud Selig. I'm surprised it's as good as it is.
The economics of baseball are the big problem. The big clubs make a lot of money and the little clubs don't.

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