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Written by Jacob F. Lamme   
Sunday, 23 January 2005 12:00

The Twelve Year Rain Delay:
Why a change in leadership will benefit the game of baseball

By Jacob F. Lamme
An article, originally submitted to the Albany Law Review and used by permission
Format - Adobe PDF (28 pages)

This article examines and criticizes the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball and its involvement in some of the most controversial moments in baseball history. From the infamous Black Sox scandal, to the multiple collusion cases between the players and owners in the 1980s, to the contraction scare of a few years ago, the Commissioner's Office has been the driving force behind these events.

The article examines the history of the Office, focuses on the inherent power of the Office and how it has been usurped (particularly in the past twelve years), and seeks a change in the best interest of baseball.



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