Baseball Strike?


Guests:

Bob Nightengale
*Senior Writer, Baseball Weekly

Steve Greenhouse
*Reporter, The New York Times
*Covers labor and workplace matters

Alan Schwarz
*Columnist, "Baseball America," ESPN.com
*Frequent contributor to The New York Times

Allen Sanderson
*Sports Economist, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

Bill Plaschke
*Sports Columnist, The Los Angeles Times

Keith Olbermann
*Host, Speaking of Sports on ABC Radio
*Columnist, Salon.com
*Contributer, CNN

Peanuts, Cracker Jacks and Picket lines? For the ninth time, there may be a work stoppage in Major League Baseball. Owners and players are divided on issues of revenue sharing and salary caps. But what about the fans? Would you come back if players abandoned their bats? The looming baseball strike. Join Neal Conan for this hour's Talk of the Nation from NPR News.

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