Wow, I can't believe how the American work ethic erodes away day by day.
This is all about baseball, for criminy's sake, and if ballplayers think BP is work they should get real jobs.
Tony Gwynn was known for taking BP in dedicated fashion 364 days a year. I think it was in an SI article where this point was made, and that he took Christmas Day off and then resumed on 12/26.
As a nonplaying fan, I can only speak of how well the driving range helps my golf game. Whenever I go, I hit the ball much more consistently should I be able to play soon after the range session. Driving ranges are very boring, and to have it work well as intended, you can't rush through the bucket of balls. You have to have a purpose for the session. It is not about entertainment.
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Catfish Hunter, RIP. Mark Fidrych, RIP. Skip Caray, RIP.
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