For 101 years, a little red book called Who’s Who in Baseball, stuffed with players and stats between soft, glossy covers, arrived every spring. In 2017, it died. Disrupted, like so much else these days, by an efficient and soulless technology.
Who’s Who in Baseball was just a magazine. There will be no grieving relatives, crying hot tears as it’s lowered into the ground.
But for 101 years, before 101 opening days, Who’s Who in Baseball was there, on your coffee table, when you needed it. But not this year and never again.