CM and Sports. Good idea. Perhaps Schumann would have made a good baseball manager. He understood everybody even if nobody understood him. He had an imaginative mind as well as a musical one and would have been good at setting up harmonious lineups... Chopin superb at hitting and bunting with a high average but not as a home run hitter... Brahms and Bruckner good in the outfield and as sluggers, etc., etc. Wagner in centerfield gathering attention to himself. Satie at first base because he’d be too lazy to play anything else. Scriabin, Shostakovich, and Prokofiev completing the infield for a good double-play combination. Debussy on the mound as a knuckleballer to confuse the hitters. Mahler as the pitching coach and Hans Rott as a pinch-hitter. Franz Liszt with a good fastball and an effective brushback pitch. Mendelssohn as a utility player because of his versatility. Clara Schumann keeping the scorecard and Brahms batting cleanup because of this bulk... All would receive state funded lunch vouchers because they could beat up the gov’t officials if they didn’t, except maybe the consumptive Chopin, who would have to bring his own petite salade niçoise made by team owner George Sand.