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MLB Players Need to be More Camera Friendly

Sometimes the esthetics are less than optimal.

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MLB is struggling to attract new fans. There are a number of issues the game needs to address. An increasingly boring product is one, but there is another issue at work. That issue is ballplayers are often uncouth on camera. And it goes beyond generic scratching and spitting. Consider some examples.




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