Good communication skills are the most important and effective way to score a job in Major League Baseball. Verbal and written communication will play a massive role in your career. The way you speak, write, and listen are all observed by employers, and should be your best asset.
Hitter-Ted Williams, Pitcher-Bob Feller, Manager-Earl Weaver, General Manager- Branch Rickey, and Owner-Bill Veeck, along with many others, wrote books, articles, and have been quoted about their concerns. College Baseball Hall of Fame coaches, Skip Bertman - LSU, and Ron Fraser - UofM, the teachers, taught us in print and by photo how to employ the proper techniques. What all these men brought to aspects of the Game they lived and loved, is still relevant today. Their warnings, and instructions, were not heeded. The dumbing-down continues. Like Elvis, common sense has left the building.
If you've ever shopped for a female sports fanatic, you'll know that merchandise is still heavily weighted towards the masculine form. Many women love sports as much as men and feel the same need to show their loyalty and support for their team by donning a jersey, t-shirt or hat of their team of choice. Often times however, women have to wear mens or youth sizes which don't really accentuate the female figure.
Having part of your Man Cave decor dedicated to some baseball memorabilia from old season is essential. Pictures of these players are timeless pieces of history. Many of the pictures could be our favorite players like Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio or Sandy Koufax.
MLB has such a long history you can pick players from your favorite team and create a historic wall of fame.