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Yes, because the best job protection in the world is having enough money that you can afford to walk away from a bad job. Most people could live for 5+ years on the average minimum wage paid to players.
Have you never had to sign a Non-Compete Clause as a condition for employment?
Hey, 51 years ago Duke was my backup school after I got stiffed by Swarthmore and Michigan. If I applied there today my application would get dumped into the spam box.
So ... what is absurd on its face is your misunderstanding of the baseball labor market.
Interesting new spin. Of course, you have to put up with the job to get that salary to allow you to walk away. But as you make clear, it really it not a burden because they make so much money.
Major League Baseball said Wednesday that it investigated Miguel Tejada as part of its Biogenesis probe and found no violation by the Kansas City infielder.
"The Office of the Commissioner investigated all allegations regarding players associated with Anthony Bosch and Biogenesis," MLB said in a statement. "The investigation found no violation by Miguel Tejada of the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program."
In the interest of fairness, worth noting that it is now being reported that MLB FOUND NO BIOGENESIS VIOLATIONS BY TEJADA:
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