I just read this interesting article of a 9 point series by Mark Driscoll on "Lesson from Baseball." He extracts truths from managing baseball teams and attempts to relate them to the church. I think that they are a true stretch, but there is some typology to biblical ministry with some ramification. It is imperative to point out that Driscoll is not saying that this is exactly how the church runs as an organization, but that there are some principles behind how MLB teams run and manage their teams is similar to how churches manage and run their church. The pastoral administration and ministry leaders all need to be the right players with appropriate contracts to make a winning team. Check it out below on the link!