by Steven E. Sacks

“Can’t anybody here play this game?” was the plaintive wail of Hall of Famer Casey Stengel in his first year as manager of the lowly, yet lovable, New York Mets. Stengel wondered how grown men who supposedly knew baseball’s fundamentals on the major league level could play like a group of 10-year old Little Leaguers.

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