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Magazine articles on baseball and softball.
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Sports Central
June 15, 2010
Brad Oremland
Albert Pujols, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Greatness I'm ready to argue Pujols as a better baseball player than Griffey. mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
Sports Central
June 11, 2010
Jeffrey Boswell
Sports Q&A: MLB's "Perfect" Conspiracy Major League Baseball umpire Jim Joyce's blown call on a play at first cost Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga a perfect game. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
June 10, 2010
Jesse Kornbluth
Steinbrenner: 'The Last Lion of Baseball' by Bill Madden The Yankee owner thought he'd found a winning formula in his willingness to blow through acceptable behavior and just write a big check. But were his team's triumphs worth the price he made others pay? mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
Sports Central
June 8, 2010
Brad Oremland
Are Perfect Games Being De-valued? Are today's fans simply being spoiled by an incredible streak of rare performances? Something weird is happening. Enjoy it while you can, baseball fans. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
May 27, 2010
Helyar & Keehner
Tom Hicks Says Goodbye to Sports Besieged by creditors, Tom Hicks is selling three major sports teams. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Sports Central
May 26, 2010
Jeff Kallman
Jose Lima, RIP: The Human Antidepressant The biggest part of Jose Lima was the part that killed him too soon. His heart. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
Sports Central
May 24, 2010
Kyle Jahner
Rays Quietly Crushing Everyone No one writes all that much about the Rays, because, lets face it, there aren't that many Rays fan to read it; kind of a tree-falls-in-the-forest-but-no-one-hears-it conundrum. mark for My Articles 444 similar articles
Sports Central
May 19, 2010
Brad Oremland
Bud Selig Gets it Wrong Again Major League Baseball's Bud Selig has long been the most tone-deaf commissioner in major North American sports (sorry, Gary Bettman). mark for My Articles 263 similar articles
Sports Central
May 18, 2010
Joshua Duffy
Rise of a New Big Red Machine? Not So Fast After years of futility, not having won the Central since 1995, it's finally the Cincinnati Reds looking down on the rest of the pack. mark for My Articles 174 similar articles
Sports Central
May 17, 2010
Bill Hazell
What's Wrong With the Red Sox? Perhaps for once, the Red Sox are the overlooked team in Boston at the moment. mark for My Articles 475 similar articles
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