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http://www.youtube.com Who’s On First
Rays trainer went above and beyond for Baldelli - krosenthal
Unlevel playing field - chicagotribune
Bowden’s fifth tool was hubris - cincinnati
Errors Cast Doubt on a Baseball Memoir - nytimes
SB Interview: John Coppolella, ATL Dir. of Baseball of Admin. - squawkingbaseball
Who has the best outfield defense? - actasports
Johnson Has Lost a Little Off His Fastball but Not His Reputation - nytimes
True Or False, Rickey? - espn
Beane counter has competition - bklapisch
With Fremont out, A’s should turn to Portland - rneyer
High Marks - sfgate

Spring football Q&A: California coach Jeff Tedford - espn

Q.& A. With Ivan Gazidis of Arsenal - goal nytimes

Sports Porkulus - sportseconomist

  Hilary Rosenñsheís baaaack! - hitsville
  Ben Kweller dons the cowboy hat for ‘Changing Horses’ - post-gazette
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  Q&A With Dean & Britta - magnet
  In search of the click track - musicmachinery
  Ticketonomics - billboardbiz
http://www.youtube.com Human Highway – The Sound

Beer -> Goggles - defectiveyeti
Making Kids Crazy About Food - motherlode nytimes
Put a Lid on It - nytimes
How Much Water Does Pasta Really Need? - nytimes

10 Dirty Tricks Wall Street Con Artists Will Pull to Keep the Rip-offs Going - alternet

  • All-time Box Office - boxofficemojo
  • The 3 Rís? A Fourth Is Crucial, Too: Recess - nytimes
  • A Studentís Approach to the Second Law and Entropy - entropysite
  • Principles of the American Cargo Cult - pklausler
  • The Untold Health Care Story: How They Crippled Medicare - dissent
  • Why the news media shouldnít get images from Google - bitsandpieces
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