On Board Online • July 3, 2017
If you are a baseball fan, you might be familiar with the term "small ball." It refers to advancing base runners into scoring position incrementally, one base at a time, through single base hits rather than home runs and extra base hits. It may not be flashy, but some teams have racked up winning records with small ball.
The 2017 legislative session may go down as the political equivalent of small ball. No towering home runs, but some solid base hits.
First, though, legislators struck out on extension of mayoral control over the New York City school system.Read the entire article>>
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