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  1. Blow by blow blogging of our annual pack of baseball cards

    I decided many years ago to stop collecting baseball cards. Much as I loved them, they didn't do much--they certainly didn't increase in value, and my packs tended to come up with a whole lot of relievers and utility infielders and not a lot of stars.

    But after our most recent move, I found a thick stack of my old cards and remembered how much I loved using them around the house. Sure enough, just about every card serves a purpose now, marking my place in one of the four or six books ...

    Updated 07-15-2012 at 01:30 PM by Seth Stohs

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  2. The Road Ahead for the 2012 Minnesota Twins

    [Originally posted at http://minnesotasportshub.wordpress....nnesota-twins/]

    The trading deadline is on the horizon, the time to buy or sell is near. Rumors are emerging from the mystical land of unnamed sources, mostly revolving around Justin Morneau and the Toronto Blue Jays, and they will only grow louder as the days pass by. Itís rather clear that the Twins will be sellers come July 31st but instead of focusing on the soon to be AAA Twins,
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  3. The Chance To Be Great

    The only thing more wonderful than a summer in full swing is the very promise of summer. And at no time is that promise more anticipated or electric than on Opening Day. On Opening Day, all those warm nights you'll spend at the ballpark beneath the bright lights and dark sky are like a cold beer not yet tasted; each sip is craved and full of sweet, calming booze. And while even the most bitter beer will be gladly glugged on a hot day in July, there is almost nothing so bad about a lousy baseball ...
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