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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Larry Mahnken: "The Yankees have nobody to blame but themselves for not offering arbitration, Clemens didn't betray them, he didn't plan all along to sign with Houston, this isn't some malicious scheme he hatched in mid-summer to make the Yankees look like fools. He just changed his mind. Everybody has the right to change their mind, and I really don't see how Clemens can be blamed for changing his mind in this situation." (Replacement Level Yankees Weblog)

The New Face of Evil, Part Two. Larry Mahnken on the Yankees' pitching. (Replacement Level Yankees Weblog)

The Best Players In Baseball 2004. Dan McLaughlin ranks them according to Established Win Shares. (The Baseball Crank)

Stadium is now on fast track. Doug Moore on the Cardinals' future home. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

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