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August 29, 2010

When Baseball Let Its Hair Down

It may not have featured the best players of all time, but the 1970s marked, for author Dan Epstein, the pinnacle of the national pastime's funkiness.

Joseph Ax

Baseball traditionally has viewed change with a wary eye, preferring to maintain the illusion that what occurs between the white lines does so in its own universe, unaffected by the broader trends of society. The sport's attitude towards change, in fact, seems frequently haughty; witness the reluctant response to the steroids scandal before baseball had its hand forced by crusading journalists and camera-hogging politicians.

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