Potential for globalization is unlimited
When Bud Selig first became commissioner, baseball's idea of globalization was "Get a Free Taco Night" on Cinco de Mayo.
But boy, has that changed. We've seen Opening Day in Tokyo and San Juan. We've seen the miracle of the World Baseball Classic unfold before our eyes. We've seen men from Cuba and Japan rewrite baseball history in all sorts of ways.
And that, says the commissioner, is "just the beginning." So as Major League Baseball welcomes Daisuke Matsuzaka, launches its first ...
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