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Dan Shaughnessy

In the NL, black and blues

Rockies slugger Matt Holliday went down in a huff, striking out to end the third inning with a runner at second base. Rockies slugger Matt Holliday went down in a huff, striking out to end the third inning with a runner at second base. (STAN GROSSFELD/GLOBE STAFF)
By Dan Shaughnessy
Globe Columnist / October 29, 2007

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DENVER - What have they done with the Senior Circuit? The National League stinks. It's been this way for some time, but never more evident than in the first three games of the 2007 World Series. (Full article: 694 words)

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