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01-03-2008, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by 94now View Post
By its definition. Value is a benefit received in return for effort, monetary spending, exchange of some sort, etc. It is customary to measure value in units of initial contribution (dollars and cents, hours of work or rest, gallons, bushels, etc.), but not always so.
I see no or very little benefit in outdoor game due to the fact that its outcome is no different then any indoor game. I don't give a flying crap about game popularity, nor do I care about Fishsticks and necessity to beat them soundly. All I care is two points the Rangers getting (or not) on the gameday.
Okay, I didn't know if you meant monetary value to the clubs, value in terms of publicity to the league, emotional value, etc... I'm pretty sure I know how to define value, but thanks.


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