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Low-ballin As Americans we strive to succeed and be prosperous A lot of times we as Americans measure success by dollars and sense The more we make the more we measure get a sense of our worth in this world Still what if someone said that you couldnt make as much as you possibly can in life In a sense limiting the potential of what you earn in life Even though the boss wants to give you this money should you not take the money Well this is what some people propose some professional athletes namely baseball players should do This is truly an un-American act to regulate what someone could or should make in their respective profession If the boss is willing then baseball players should make as much as an owner is willing to pay them and not feel any regret Lets take for instance as a prime example Alex Rodriguez This is a man who is going to be 25 years old and is in his 7th year of professional baseball at the highest level This young man is a leader in many of Major League Baseballs offensive and defensive statistics and is considered to be one of the best if not the best at his position today So why is it when a professional baseball organization namely the Texas Rangers offered him a contract of 252 million dollars over a 10 year span many people began to react as he had just stolen the money Is it wrong for him to except this money that has been offered to him He is a unique asset at the job he works at His uniqueness is that he is one of the if not the best and his job and whomever he works for makes that organization that much better Now if a company has the opportunity to acquire an employee to better their company isnt naturally right he command a
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