Saving Baseball: The Affordable Baseball Act

by Going Down Swinging Philly…

The year was 2075 and baseball was on the rocks.  Salaries were out of control, ticket prices were out of reach, and the stands were virtually empty.  Baseball was on the verge of collapse.

So it was no surprise when in March of 2075, just as spring training was getting underway, the federal government stepped in to deal with the crisis.  No one objected with Washington getting involved because quite frankly, the government was involved with just about every other aspect of American life by now.

Read the whole take-me-out-to-the-ball-game story…



Saving Baseball is the latest in the Flashbytes series from worst-selling author Philip Loyd. Subtitled: The Affordable Baseball Act, Loyd apparently came up with the idea while bored out of his mind at a baseball game one day, sitting on a donut cushion and irritated to no end that his doctor still could not help him with his hemorrhoids.


About the Author
T Philly Loyd loves fat chicks and cheap beer, though not necessarily in that order. He has worked for Forbes and McGraw Hill, both times running for his life as if waking up from a nightmare. His dream is to one day move to Hollywood, take up serial killing, and walk away with a Razzie. Until then, he lives with his mom in Dumbass, Texas.




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