A Whole Different Ball Game

A Whole Different Ball Game

Author: Marvin Miller

Publisher: Touchstone

ISBN: IND:30000036567877

Page: 430

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The author discusses the dramatic changes that he witnessed and participated in as the first executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association union

The author discusses the dramatic changes that he witnessed and participated in as the first executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association union



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