The MLB Is Not Making The Right Decisions For Its Players.

On the heels of Tuesdays MLB All-Star Game, the league is once again defending the lack of name-brand appeal from some of sports biggest stars.

Its the second straight year that MLB has found itself in the situation, and that theyve responded the same way both times: by deflecting blame.

In 2018, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred essentially claimed that Mike Trout – a generational player who should probably be one of the worlds biggest sports stars – isnt more popular because he refuses to market himself.

Mike has made decisions on what he wants to do, doesnt want to do, how he wants to spend his free time or not spend his free time, Manfred said just before the 2018 All-Star Game at Nationals Park.

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