From a fan standpoint, I'm really missing baseball, hockey, & if it doesn't start up, football. I was a 10 year partial season tix holder for the White Sox, had 20 years season tix for the Bears. I'm retired & watching sports is a big part of my life. So, I do miss it daily but getting tired of hearing about greed from owners and players. I think we all have to realize our sports will be changed because of the greed and money (owners & players) than even before. I think that if players do not feel safe playing, don't, for reasons of health & families not because of money. Everyone in sports has to put everything in prospective. It will be different and I think the $300,000,000 contracts will now end. In the future who will support it? Baseball has to realize the game has been passed by the younger generations. What does the average age of baseball fans (57) tell us? When the boomers are gone there won't be enough of the other generations supporting the sport. Less interest, less fans,less money means a change. I miss it more than most and if I'm getting along without it, just about anyone can. Also, fans don't know what to believe anymore. One group claims this and the other claims that. Which is it? When this world situation is cleared up, I have a weird feeling baseball will lose a lot of their base & they may never get them back. Baseball is in trouble.