Hall of Fame closer Goose Gossage said in an interview published Friday that the game of baseball has changed so much since he retired that he doesn’t watch it anymore. 

Gossage, 68, spoke to the Tampa Bay Times, criticizing how baseball is controlled by computers and sabermetrics.

He lauded the early 2010s, when the San Francisco Giants were winning World Series titles, and dismissed calculations like launch angles.

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Gossage pitched from 1972 to 1994 with the Chicago White Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Yankees, San Diego Padres, Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers, Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners.

He told the Times he doesn’t recognize today’s game, while also taking a shot at Democrats.

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