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1850s Baseball With Twine Grip
baseball in 1855
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I want to tell you, she said she said — tomorrow never knows but right now the hot stove is once again taking its time to warm up. Eventually we’ll all be in the same groove but for now we’re here, there, and everywhere looking for no one. Or for music posts hint hint.

Two for Tuesday, nineteen for me.

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For all the talk about the Cubs’ pending breakup, the team might emerge as the NL Central favorite by default if its payroll cuts are less dramatic than anticipated — Ken Rosenthal.

Your favorite pitcher is probably cheating. — Eno Sarris {$}.

Food for thought:

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