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baseball

A regional term for a spherical mass of crack cocaine.
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Walk into the All American Sport Shoppe, and you better be prepared to talk baseball -- Little League baseball, high school baseball, major league baseball.
In Chicago in 1919, and indeed throughout the nation, leisure sites like baseball parks became battlegrounds in which the meanings of Americanism, democracy, and loyalty were negotiated.
Readers of the sports page probably saw the stories last month about how baseball owners had voted to disband two teams before next season (and how the moribund Expos are sure to be one of them).
That might have been the end of Lightfoot's data if Alaways hadn't heard that Sikorsky had dabbled in baseball science.
Everyone from sportswriters to baseball fans to the players themselves began weaving theories about whether the league was "juicing" the balls to draw fans to the nation's ballparks.
But I have never met anyone in baseball who had more of a mentor's mentality.
And critics of the CPSC's soft baseball decision have quite a case.
These athletes will be among the first to wear Under Armour's new baseball cleats, which represent the company's next line of footwear to be included in the successful CLICK CLACK[TM] campaign that was used to launch football cleats in June 2006.
It's not there simply to acknowledge the existence of Latino baseball in the local barrios, but to go beyond the achievements of what Fernando Valenzuela once was able to shine a light on.
True baseball fans feel deep inside that their watching a game on TV really does influence the game.
The evening House Democrats and Republicans play their annual baseball game is one on which the more virulent partisan animosities are held in check; if they were playing tackle football, the mood might not be so benign.