re-written history. the mvp award for the most VALUABLE player is defunct now. bad_luck demands immediate recognition for the newly accepted BBP award for the better baseball player. four months worth of reprimands from a baseball community in here about re-defining the word value. useless?
typing something totally irrelevant about value is your right, as far as free speech, maybe. if u can type irrelevancy and you have patterns of it, then please figure this as it maintains the theme of irrelevance concerning value. brooks robinson becomes the highest paid player in major league history, shortly after he got the nick-name of hoover. when a floor needs to be swept, a hoover works. electrically, too. none-the-less value is to any society that attaches an object to that value. frank robinson as a teammate of brooks, surpasses him as the highest salaried player in major league history. free-agency still looms. salaries surpass the unthinkable, more than presidential. a salary worthy of babe ruth.
the million dollar salary level became the new unfathomable impossibility. major league baseball will be out of control as far as value is concerned. with irrelevant value, nolan ryan stands atop that plateau as the first player in history to bank such a payday. but patterns of irrelevance as it relates to value ignores bad_luck's approach to the value-less baseball society. those patterns have ozzie smith as the first player in baseball history to eclipse the $2million-dollar annual salary level. imagine ozzie smith as the highest paid player in the game. value to baseball just has that financial money thing attached to it. funny thing, that is. finally your trumpet for rickey sounds, announcing him as the highest paid player in baseball history with a puny, little salary of $3million a year.
but if there is patterns of irrelevance as the topic of many threads about value is littered with in these forums, then the dirty-nasty floor is all yours, bad_luck. keep maintaining it.