Gig Economy of Two-Way and Versatility Movement | Sayonara Baseball | S1: EP 3

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Gig Economy of Two-Way and Versatility Movement

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Small market teams like Tampa Bay Rays and Oakland A’s have been innovative in their approach to baseball games that usually shakes up the entire league. And how do they do it? By bringing in new, bold strategies that allow them to win games with their small payroll. We call this new movement, the Versatility Movement. Where did this movement come from and how did it start? Kazuki and Taro talk about the history of versatility movement and how that’s affecting the free agency or the “gig economy” today.

Sayonara Baseball is hosted by Kazuki Akiba and Taro Hori. It is produced by Kazuki Akiba. Additional research editing by Maria Tierney, Mike Wolfson, and Noah Lachica. Edited and mixed by Kazuki Akiba and Music by Cade Margus.


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