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Manfred: What's good for 'Goose,' not good for today's game (Yahoo Sports)

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says this generation of players will determine its own unwritten rules on what emotion is acceptable to show on the field. ''I think to the extent that you believe, and I actually do, that Bryce Harper is a spokesman for this generation, I suspect that you will see more exuberance from our players on the field,'' Manfred said Thursday during a meeting with the Associated Press Sports Editors.
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