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Dan Shaughnessy

A baseball showcase in football land

By Dan Shaughnessy
Globe Columnist / October 25, 2005

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The first World Series game was played in Boston, just off Huntington Avenue, a spot where today iPod-wearing Northeastern students walk to classes oblivious to the hardball history in the ground beneath their Nikes. (Full article: 1014 words)

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