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July 19, 1993 | Ron Fimrite
The question arises: If Kenesaw Mountain Landis were alive today and at the height of his considerable powers, how might he have dealt with some of the issues facing the now commissionerless game?
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Although I'm too young to remember baseball the way it was played in the spring of 1943, my father used to tell me about it. That was the year the major leagues opened the season with something called a "balata"...