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June 15, 2010


Matthew Lewis

Pretty soon you can teach him to keep score! I've gone to countless baseball games with my dad in the past couple decades, at all levels. It's just one of those classic father/son bonding activities. Sucks that the team is moving. Any independent, A or AA teams still around? (I guess I'm spoiled, Chicago had 2 MLB teams and a few smaller A and independent teams in the area.)

Stuart Levine

I would go further and argue that virtually any minor league ball is more fun to watch. (While calling the Baltimore Orioles a major league ball team at this point might be a bit of a stretch, it is manifest that they are no fun to watch.)

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