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Certainly toward the end of the season, you and I could be in a ballpark and they might say the crowd is 30,000, and we could look around and see that there was no more than 10,000. ---->>>

I can't be optimistic. I can be hopeful. ---->>>

The final ballots represent players, managers, executives and builders who are top-tier candidates and worthy of review for consideration for election to the Hall of Fame. ---->>>

The economics of baseball are the big problem. The big clubs make a lot of money and the little clubs don't. ---->>>

This is a coup for commissioner Bud Selig. I'm surprised it's as good as it is. ---->>>

It's not in baseball's interest or the players' interest to be taking this stance. It's the people's game. ---->>>

It was a terrible day for baseball, it was a worse day for Congress. ---->>>

It's tempting, because as one senator said to me, 'We know if we invite baseball down, we'll draw a crowd'. ---->>>

I think it would have been a lot better for him to say, I did it and I'm sorry, McGwire was never one to show a lot of emotion on the field, not a player who sought attention and craved to be thought of as a nice guy. ---->>>

I believe that, too, it's hard to believe that anybody could not believe that. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 05-29, 1938
Occupation: Lawyer

Francis Thomas Vincent Jr. (born May 29, 1938), known as Fay Vincent, is a former entertainment lawyer and sports executive who served as the eighth Commissioner of Major League Baseball from September 13, 1989 to September 7, 1992.(wikipedia)