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When Salaries Get to High to See When people think of high salaries they turn to the world of professional sports because that is where athletes are paid outrageous amounts to do the things they love Although some would argue that the athletes deserve these wages I fell that not all professional sports are paid adequately For an example of this statement take into consideration the time and effort that most pro athletes spend at perfecting there acquired talent They are fine tuned instruments who work hard to do their jobs on the field on the court or on the course They do this because they love the game Golfers dont get paid as much as other Pro-sports but do their job just as well Athletes are paid way to much but golfers are not Now take into consideration how much professional baseball players make a season The average earned income in major league baseball is over 800000 a seasonFizel 83 and some of these players just ride the pine all year How is it fair that a man that can hit a ball four hundred feet to send a baseball out of the park make 30 million a season Barry Bonds is truly a great athlete but to be paid that much he should be able to hit home runs with his eyes closed I know that these baseball stars bring in a lot of very good paying customers and they like to watch the games Then though I could eat for a week on what they are charging to get into Wrigley Field with good seats for one game If you will step back with me in time for a moment you will understand why I am so concerned about this issue about over paid athletes In the forties each player was paid fairly but not extravagantly When I joined the Cardinals ball club in 1943 we
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