Wolters clutch


MILWAUKEE – The game of baseball demands people like Tony Wolters exist. A professional ball club can begin to feel like a giant machine, the players, coaches, and front office staff at times seeming as cogs who push the wheel ever forward. But in reality, it is far messier and chaotic than all that. Disparate motivations and egos and lots...

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