Are you (looking forward to) pursuing a baseball-related career? If not, what career are you pursuing?
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Asked By: Thriller Crisis ∞§∞ - 4/10/2011
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Nah. However, there was a time when I started thinking about possibly trying to become a commentator, umpire, GM, or other baseball-related jobs. I gave those dreams up long ago... More
Answered By: Yankees Fan (5-3) - 4/10/2011
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I want to be a general manager for a baseball team, preferably the Braves but I'd be open to just about any team other than the Phillies.
Answered By: Tara ♥s Brian McCann - 4/10/2011
Yes. I'm looking at Sports Broadcaster probably Baseball or Umpire.
Answered By: Go Tigers and Padres!!! - 4/10/2011
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