Book on Professional Baseball Player: A day in the life...?
I'm looking for a book that describes a day's, months, years activity of a major leaguer. I see a book called, "Inside Pitch" and will be getting that from the library, but after going thru 10 Google pages, I've not really found anything else. (if that book actually has what I'm looking for). I see of course lot's of bio's and autobio's, but from some perusal mostly old or fail to describe day to day life.
What I'm curious about is when they usually get up, where they eat (if they can go their seperate ways or stay together as a team (something maybe to do with home or away game?); have a roomate; when they get paid (once a month, twice, yearly etc.); meetings; Clubhouse ambiance (goings and doings); what they have to do for themselves versus what the organizatioin must provide. Perhaps this is all wrapped up to some degree in their player's association by-laws. But hard (at least for me) to dig out any of the 'nut's and bolt's' of it all. This can also (but secondary) be about AAA players too (this would be most interesting for I perceive there is a big(!) seperation of 'comfort level' between the two.