How's that revenue-sharing thing working out? Forget
the illusion of more competition in 2003, writes
Andrew Zimbalist in the New York Times, it's actually
done nothing to improve competitiveness. Zimbalist is
a professor of economics at Smith College and believes
that the ambiguity of the wording regarding how income
gained by revenue sharing should be spent has doomed the process to
not live up to its desired intent.
Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle would like to
see Astros owner Drayton McLane remove himself from
all future baseball decisions. Meddling from the top
is not what this club needs, he believes.
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