Changing Face of Sports II
Managing a Major League baseball team has never been easy. And with skyrocketing salaries and multi-year contracts, star players can often exert more control over the team than the manager can. In part two of our series, The Changing Face of Sports and Society, NPR's Debbie Elliott examines how White Sox Manager Jerry Manuel keeps his players focused on what's best for the team.
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