By George Castle
Wednesday, November 15st, 2017
The relentless march of the internet and its hypnotic I-devices — gobbling up old-school jobs and not replacing them with a commensurate number of new-age positions — finally cut into the muscle of Chicago baseball coverage.
Most fans don't really care how the media operates. They just want their ballgames broadcast and (now) streamed. And if they are more than casual fans wearing team apparel for their once- or twice-annual ballpark trips, a pre-game preview and post-game analysis are also appreciated. They don’t tend to be too discriminating in who originates that content.
But they should. Follow the logic and history here.