THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Slow growth the strategy for this fast sport

By Julian Benbow
Globe Correspondent / July 6, 2006

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The definitive story on the origin of Major League Lacrosse starts with Jake. Yes, that Jake -- ``Body by Jake," ``Ab Rocker" Jake, ``Big Brother" Jake -- Jake Steinfeld, the high-energy, high-profile risk taker who, after conquering television, infomercials, and, most recently, books, decided an upstart league would be a worthwhile gamble. (Full article: 1214 words)

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