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July 24th, 2012, 23:28
That was a very interesting, well written article.

It's sad - KOA was a decent game and sold fairly well. Under normal circumstances, would have probably been the start of franchise. It seems Shilling bit off more than he could chew, was far too lavish with perks and ultimately didn't manage effectively. It was quite surprising reading about how over the top it all was. I mean, it was common knowledge that they made bad decisions, but wow…

As a baseball player, he should be aware that you need to work your way up to the majors. Now he'll be a cautionary tale for future start-ups.
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