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Magazine articles on baseball and softball.
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Sports Central
November 15, 2004
Martin Hawrysko
Instant Reply in Baseball is No Blown Call Many calls were questioned during this year's Major League Baseball postseason. Luckily, the umpires got them right -- generally not the case during the regular season, nor in past postseasons. The time for instant replay in baseball may be here -- umpires, after all, are only human. mark for My Articles 396 similar articles
Sports Central
November 10, 2004
Diane M. Grassi
Clemens' Love of the Game Still Rewards Him Love him or hate him, Roger Clemens causes fans to react, and not so much because he played for different teams, but because he has remained for so long as an important figure in the game, and has never backed down or let his teammates down. mark for My Articles 245 similar articles
Sports Central
November 4, 2004
Vincent Musco
Questions For Theo Epstein The "new curse" of the Boston Red Sox may be free agency -- with 17 roster players eligible to ink new deals. How will the team's wheeling-dealing general manager deal with that? mark for My Articles 348 similar articles
Sports Central
November 3, 2004
Piet Van Leer
Where it All Went Wrong There are many instances where you can reflect and wonder where it all went wrong for the New York Yankees this season. But the truth is, they faced the same problem in the World Series that they faced all season -- a dearth of starting pitching. mark for My Articles 291 similar articles
Sports Central
November 1, 2004
Diane M. Grassi
2004 MLB Season in Retrospect While articles, book deals and high-paying endorsements will be doled out to the Boston Red Sox and their individual players well into the 2005 season, the ending to the 2004 Major League Baseball season left a lot of us perplexed and yearning for a more balanced and tidier ending. mark for My Articles 862 similar articles
Ash Karbasfrooshan
Becoming A Winner Fall can usually only mean one thing: The Boston Red Sox breaking their fans' hearts. At least, that's the way the story is supposed to go. mark for My Articles 529 similar articles
Sports Central
October 30, 2004
Greg Wyshynski
Waking Up From the Impossible Dream Where do the Boston Red Sox go from here? mark for My Articles 398 similar articles
Sports Central
October 29, 2004
Danny Sternfield
Curse Snatcher: A Study in Cub Baseball The Cubs and the Red Sox both play in large markets with substantial payrolls, and both had not won a World Series in forever and a day. The difference between the two teams: Boston did something about it. mark for My Articles 451 similar articles
The Motley Fool
October 29, 2004
Tom Gardner
Moneyball's Undervalued Players An interview with Michael Lewis, author of "Moneyball," a book that looks into the roaring success of the Oakland A's baseball team and how it applies to general value stock investing. mark for My Articles 131 similar articles
Sports Central
October 26, 2004
Mark Chalifoux
Boston Needs to Be Kept in Check The city of Boston will soon be celebrating their upcoming World Series win, and rightfully so, but I think it's heartbreaking that they will be doing it minus one female BoSox fan. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
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