When we think of professional athletes today, at least male professional athletes, we think of big-time plays, big-time sponsors, and big-time contracts paying millions and millions of dollars for these superhumans to play sports for our entertainment. It wasn't always that way, and it's still not that way for the thousands of athletes who aren't in the major professional leagues. For minor league baseball players, an economic crisis of near-poverty wages is becoming a mental health crisis among players. Some players in the minors go into debt to continue playing the sport they love, and to keep the dream of being brought up to the majors alive. Harry Marino, executive director of Advocates for Minor Leaguers, joins None of the Above to discuss.