How much baseball do baseball players watch when they aren’t at the ballpark?

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Baseball players work some very strange hours. Usually, the televised portion of their work day begins at 7 p.m., but there’s loads of unseen preparation before that, with many players showing up at the ballpark some six or seven hours before first pitch. That doesn’t leave very much time to do anything, let alone keep up with Major League Baseball. Those small windows of free time are extremely precious. How much of that free time are players using to actually watch baseball? “Zero percent,” Mets pitcher Chris Bassitt told the New York Daily News. “I don’t watch that s— at all,” …

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