Should MLB expand rosters to 26?
Depleted benches and hectic travel schedules putting a strain on the game
Tommy Hutton, a popular broadcaster with the Florida Marlins, played parts of 12 seasons in the majors and topped out at $125,000 with the Montreal Expos in 1981. Fans and friends routinely ask if he feels cheated about playing at a time when the compensation was so meager compared to today.
"People say, 'Don't you wish you were playing now because of the salaries?''' Hutton said. "I tell them, 'No I don't, because I wouldn't be on a roster today.' I was on teams that had six or seven ...
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