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May 31, 2004

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Jeremy C. Wright

Definitely poking fun, we all had a big laugh ;-)

Roger

Your title accurately describes the Blue Jays as a team...Then again, I'm probably just bitter from their three one-run victories over the Angels.

Mike J.

Thankfully, according to the article, it actually wasn't the (well, either) national anthem that he sung, but "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," which has been mangled over time in many, many ways by many people in various states of drunkenness.

And I'm still taking solace in the fact that although my precious Orioles are toying with sub-.500 levels, they're still games ahead of - and lead their season series with - the back-to-back World Champion Toronto Blue Jays. So they've got that going for them, which is nice.

Brian

This is racist, just like American Idol

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