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He was a twelve-time Baseball All-Star and the only athlete to be drafted by Major League Baseball, the National Football League, and the National Basketball Association. Former New York Yankee Dave Winfield shares his concerns about the values held by today’s baseball players, owners, and fans.
- Dave Winfield Former major league baseball player; and author of "Dropping the Ball: Baseball's Troubles and How We Can and Must Solve Them" (Scribner)
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