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not so good.
Love that B-R has a (sorta) photo of McAuliffe. A guy who was in one game in 1904 and they have an image of him. Cool.
I always like Moose McCormick; that boy could hit
Like yesterday, many sportsmen wasted a trip to go admire the game of baseball, which is so popular in America.
Bad weather, once again, kept the two clubs from playing the match that was announced with so much sensation.
Against this unavoidable event, there is nothing to say. Nevertheless, the spectators, who came in big numbers to Saint-Cloud, found that these sirs, these "giants" of New York and the White Sox of Chicago, could have, this morning, according to the weather conditions, found the time to warn the sportsman that they didn't need to show up.
One time is understandable. Two times is excessive. The Giants, the White Sox won't take with them the sympathies of the Paris audience.
Certain spiteful gossip was spread that two evenings in Montmarte had tired the American athletes. It's nonetheless true that they could have informed us in order to avoid a trip as unpleasant as it was useless.
You know who really likes French baseball terms? “Rondelle” White.
A few hours later, Neyer writes on Twitter (with a link to the same article): "hey no pressure but I could use a little support here from the non-crazies"
So, is there a "no takesies-backsies" clause when it comes to selecting PTBNL's? Any chance the D-Backs can get someone new from Tampa?
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