Have baseball brawls become a disappearing art? ‘There’s a lot less fights now’

Have baseball brawls become a disappearing art? ‘There’s a lot less fights now’

“Most of the time we get in a fight, it’s just a big autograph session,” says Sal Fasano. “Everybody’s just hugging.”


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