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Tuesday, July 22, 2003
Harden ends A's slump in debut. He allowed one run in seven innings. (Yahoo!)

Hendrickson, Blue Jays blank Yankees. The former NBA player pitched a 7-inning, 5-hit rain-shortened shutout. (Yahoo!)

Twins continue surge, edge Mariners. They're back up to .500. (Yahoo!)

Dave’s Trading Deadline Preview. "By now, we’ve identified the areas where the Mariners can improve. It isn’t like we need an entirely new starting line-up like the Oakland A’s (good luck with that one, Billy), and neither are we in as bad shape as the Angels, who are looking for a bulk supply of Rally Monkey pixie dust. The M’s could live without a trade and probably win the division. But, there are holes to be filled, and we won’t be breaking any new ground by identifying them, in order of need..." (U.S.S. Mariner)

Shawn Weaver's master plan for the Reds. (Cincinnati Reds Blog)

Jeff Merron takes in a game at Fenway. "I'll resist getting all weepy. But if they could put Fenway in a pill, the folks who make Prozac would be out of business." (ESPN.com)

Gil Hodges vs. Steve Garvey. Matthew Namee disputes Rob Neyer's choice of Garvey as the Dodgers' all-time-best first baseman. (robneyer.com)

Rob Neyer on this year's Dodger offense (it sucks). (ESPN.com)

Prospectus Triple Play: Astros, Brewers, Athletics. "The Astros have left the All-Star gate running, sweeping a four-game set from the Reds to open a three-game division lead. But good trades by Chicago and St. Louis could easily push the Astros from the driver's seat back into the child safety restraints, and this is one year where they don't want to get involved in the wild-card rumble." (Baseball Prospectus)

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