NEW YORK | Marvin Miller, a labor economist, never played a day of organized baseball. He preferred tennis. Yet he transformed the national pastime as surely as Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, television and night games.
There’s a sub-culture in media and among some fans that knowledge of baseball history is geeky or even abnormal.
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