Though Hollywood has managed to romanticize the notion of a struggling baseball player’s demotion to the minor leagues and subsequent re-education as to why he started playing the game in the first place, few players take kindly to the degradation of professional status. Rookies have an understanding that struggles at the big league level are...
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