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Kahn: The Voices Of Summer

By Andrew Kahn

Gary Cohen and Ron Darling were sifting through a box of baseball cards. One would come across a notable player and tell a story about him. 560 more words

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Kahn: Yes, Baseball Cards Still Exist

By Andrew Kahn

It’s easy to paint a dire portrait of baseball card collecting. Stop in any card store—if you can find one—and you’ll encounter a similar story to Stadium Cards and Comics. 790 more words

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Kahn: Buy Or Sell From Baseball’s First Month

By Andrew Kahn

As baseball enters the second month of its six-month regular season, I’m reminded of the late Yogi Berra’s quote: “It’s getting late early.” It’s too soon to hand out batting titles or Cy Youngs, but 25 games or so are enough to make some educated assessments. 781 more words

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Kahn: What Happened To Kids Baseball Movies?

By Andrew Kahn

David Mickey Evans wrote and directed The Sandlot. He recently wrote a film about a Little League baseball team and has sent the script to several major studios. 843 more words

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Kahn: Starling Marte And The PED Carousel

By Andrew Kahn

CBS Local obtained the original statement from Starling Marte, the Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder suspended for 80 games for violating Major League Baseball’s performance-enhancing drug policy. 489 more words

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Kahn: Baseball’s Mount Rushmore

By Andrew Kahn

Baseball breeds debate more than any other sport. There are several reasons for this. For starters, it is far older than the other professional sports leagues in this country. 759 more words

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Kahn: The Joys Of Opening Day

By Andrew Kahn

Baseball is back.

That means fans in the Northeast and Midwest dressed like it’s the playoffs; magnetic schedule giveaways; walking around the ballpark to see if there’s a new food stand. 586 more words

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