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September 20, 2011

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Al Capone

Your reviews and season summation are great reading, as your stuff always is! I like Robinson's web site and the Venn diagram was fun too.

bookmakers online

oh I know what you are talking about, I also read "Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu" some years ago and that book is a classic for the fans that like to read baseball literature reader. Actually I want to read it again now hehe

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