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Posted 12/16/2014 02:18:59 EST
I think Cy was old and out of shape by then.
Posted 12/16/2014 02:18:12 EST
Yes, for God's sake, please move on.
Posted 12/14/2014 09:40:20 EST
For the love of God, enough already!
Posted 12/08/2014 09:21:40 EST
My computer apologizes for the repeats.
Posted 12/08/2014 09:20:19 EST
Every scoring play IS reviewed. You just don't hear about most of them because they're routine. Keep adding replays and these games will run four hours.
Posted 12/02/2014 02:29:12 EST
The defense played great? Really??
Posted 11/07/2014 08:40:56 EST
And the score of the Kansas City game was 41-14.
Posted 10/27/2014 02:25:02 EDT
Posted 10/25/2014 07:59:22 EDT
On the other hand, in 1964, the average MLB team drew 1,064,017 for the entire season, a record at the time. This year, teams averaged 2,457,987. I know they inflate the numbers these days by counting more »
Posted 10/25/2014 06:08:33 EDT
Sorry about the repeats. more »
Posted 10/25/2014 06:06:52 EDT
Excellent points about how interleague play and the glut of TV games have taken away the mystery of star players in the other league. In the '60s, we saw players like Mays, Aaron and the rest only in more »
Posted 10/25/2014 06:06:41 EDT
Posted 10/25/2014 06:06:34 EDT
Posted 10/19/2014 08:14:10 EDT
Stop reading your e-mail. more »
Posted 10/19/2014 08:08:13 EDT
Blah blah blah blah blah more »
Posted 10/19/2014 08:01:32 EDT
@giermund. What you describe sounds pretty much like the private sector, but private sector jobs aren't lifetime appointments. more »
Posted 10/01/2014 02:18:33 EDT
Murdoch sold the Herald about 20 years ago. more »
Posted 09/27/2014 07:42:47 EDT
The least they could have done was send him up to hit just once. more »
Posted 09/24/2014 02:23:54 EDT
I don't get the line about high-priced Cuban free agents stinking. Examples? more »
Posted 09/15/2014 06:35:26 EDT
I'm pretty sure replays date back to the early '60s more »
Posted 09/14/2014 08:38:48 EDT
Consider this sequence: Touchdown -- mandatory review (usually brief, but not always) --- extra point (virtually automatic) -- commercials -- kickoff (usually a touchback) -- more commercials --- 1st more »
Posted 09/07/2014 10:26:27 EDT
The thumbnail photos accompanying the graphic in the print edition are screwed up. The "Hank Greenberg" photo is really Al Kaline. The "Kaline" photo is actually Greenberg. And that isn't Norm Cash - more »
Posted 08/08/2014 02:24:43 EDT
Isn't 2014 now? more »
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