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Wednesday, October 16, 2002
Underdog teams topple baseball's caste system. "[T]his postseason shows that the savviest can survive – and even succeed – in a sports world run by big spenders. 'The nature of the game is to have some imbalance, but the question is whether the imbalance has gotten to the point that rich teams can win and poor teams can't,' says Jules Tygiel, author of 'Past Time, Baseball as History.' He adds, 'This postseason has shown that is not the case.'" (Christian Science Monitor)

Jo[i]e Morgan Chat Session de Vivre from Mike's Baseball Rants.

Gary Huckabay on The Winner's Curse. (Baseball Prospectus)

Derek Zumsteg offers a "list of who you should be cheering for, and why" in the World Series. (Baseball Prospectus)

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