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Watching the Cincinnati Reds pitchers trade bean balls the past two series is like jumping in a time machine and ending up in the ‘60s. Back then throwing at an opposing batters’ dome was part of the DNA of missile-launchers like St. Lo
The beauty of baseball lies in its uncertainty, from the way the grass is manicured, the differing park dimensions, the umpires varying strike zones and the varying visibility of balls in day and night games.
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