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Tuesday, June 24, 2003
Blue Jays climb within one game of Yankees. They beat Baltimore 13-4. Carlos Delgado picked up his 80th RBI. (

Ben Jacobs compares the offenses of this year's Blue Jays and the 1992-93 World Series champs. (Universal Baseball Blog, Inc.)

Now he's stuck on 300: Clemens loses to Devil Rays. Damian Rolls hit two homers for Tampa Bay. (

Yanks willing to deal Weaver, and Pirates are interested. Why? (Newark Star-Ledger)

A's rally in ninth, take Zito off hook. Trailing 1-0 in the 9th, the A's won on a three-run double by Scott Hatteberg. The Rangers have lost 20 of their last 22. (

Rob Neyer: "[Mike] MacDougal might have a better arm than anybody who's pitched for the Royals. Ever." (

Bryan Smith: "The Chicago White Sox are still in the thick of things in baseball’s worst division. The Twins aren’t playing well, and the Royals are just good enough to hang around. But its Chicago that really intrigues me, as they are yet to play good baseball." (Bryball, June 24)

Everybody Seems So Happy To-Joe-Morgan-Chat-Day—It's a Sunshine Joe Morgan Chat Day! (Mike's Baseball Rants, June 23)

Doug Pappas on the Cubs' Wrigley Field Premium Ticket Service scam. "In reality, most or all of the tickets sold by WFPTS would otherwise have been sold at face value by the Cubs ticket office. Whether or not this practice is legal (a trial is scheduled for mid-August), it's a contemptible abuse of the club's best customers. Season ticketholders who for years had been given first shot at extra single-game seats were told that none were available for the most desirable series, the games against the Yankees, White Sox and Cardinals. Loyal fans who stood in line for hours, during a freezing Chicago winter, to buy tickets for these games as soon as they went on sale went home empty-handed." (Doug's Business of Baseball Weblog)

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     and another thing! (Cubs)

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