Baseball returning to prominence
Updated: November 3, 2003, 11:51 AM ETBy Jim Baker | MLB Insider
Baseball, it seems, is waking up with the hangover it got from partying too hard at contract time back in 2000 and our own Peter Gammons has a very interesting take on the situation. Focusing on Manny Ramirez, he points out that the union needs to take some of the blame for that
The Marlins are sure to be an inspiration to many
other baseball teams, but do they have legs beyond
their own sport? Ethan J. Skolnick of the South
Florida Sun-Sentinel discusses how the Marlins'
success will impact the town's more famous denizen,
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