FanGraphs Audio: Meg Rowley on the Wild Frontiers of the Game

Episode 827
Meg Rowley, managing editor of The Hardball Times, discusses not only (a) the rules of the game but also (b) how much fretting is appropriate over those rules — both for commissioner Rob Manfred and for private citizens at their homes. Also: how the Maginot Line — that is, a line of fortifications built by France on its border with Germany between World Wars — might or might not help us answer that question.

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TurkeesEleven
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TurkeesEleven

This was an incredible discussion and much appreciated. Bravo.