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November 2, 2007



Great stuff! Méndez, Hill, and Castillo in their prime, an aging but still great Johnson, and young Lloyd and Marsans. Habana and Almendares probably present the greatest contrast I've seen between a team winning with its offense and another winning with pitching and defense. Thanks, Gary!


Very very cool. Thank-you for sharing this.

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