Mason Marzac is a financial adviser who knew nothing about baseball
So I’ve done what was suggested. I continued to watch and I have come (with no little excitement) to understand that baseball is a perfect metaphor for hope in a Democratic society.
It has to do with the rules of play
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Honor ourselves as we pass through Time?
And it seems to me that to conduct this ceremony not before a game or after a game but in the very heart of a game is … quite … well, does any other game do that?
For full monologue, see the script edition cited here: Richard Greenberg, Take Me Out, Dramatists Play Service, pp.25-27.
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