Baseball’s independent press corps is fading

Wall Street Journal
Major league ballpark press boxes are becoming increasingly lonely places, signaling a future when some games may be chronicled only by wire services, house organs and web writers watching the games on TV, write Russell Adams and Tim Marchman.

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