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Opportunities that come and go

Updated: June 29, 2013, 1:38 PM ET
By Howard Bryant | ESPN.com

LONDON -- Joe Morgan, the great Hall of Fame second baseman, once grew tired of the poetic waxing and mythologies surrounding the game and decided it was time to pour a bucket of cold reality on the game.

"Baseball is only fun if you're good at it, if you're a star," Morgan told me. "If you're not, if you're the 25th man constantly trying to make a roster, it's hard. There's nothing glamorous about it. It can be terrible, day to day, waiting to be sent down, not having the talent to have ...

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