baseball season

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the season when baseball is played

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Once again, Garst Seed Company, Slater, Iowa, and the Iowa Cubs (AAA team for the Chicago Cubs) have teamed up for some fun programs for the 2002 crop year and baseball season.
I guess I sat on the idea too long because David Anderson beat me to it with his fascinating More than Merkle: A History of the Best and Most Exciting Baseball Season in Human History (University of Nebraska Press, 285 pages, $29.
He envisions the completed work with a structure that parallels the baseball season.
In the opening month of this year's baseball season, major leaguers belted 210 more home runs than they did last April.
Just in time for the start of the college baseball season, MVP 07 NCAA Baseball delivers the most realistic and authentic baseball game on the market.
00) tells of a new baseball season and a hilarious baseball team facing a new season.
We're halfway through the Foothill League baseball season.
It's 1975, and seventh-grader Richard Moncreif, a die-hard Boston Red Sox fan, anxiously awaits a break in the winter weather to begin training for baseball season.
Four first prizes will be awarded, each consisting of two tickets for dugout seats at a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park during the 2007 baseball season.
The Company received some excellent testimonials during the 2005/2006 baseball season from major league accounts.
After committing 62 errors in a disappointing 15-13 baseball season a year ago, Valencia High has tightened its defense and improved dramatically.
We are also delivering a message to our viewers and affiliates that for ESPN Deportes the baseball season doesn't end with the final out of the World Series.
Barry Bonds declined to play for the WBC before it started, saying he needed to get ready for the Major League Baseball season.
ScoutAdvisor[TM] clients continue to dominate the 2006 Major League Baseball season, occupying all four league championship playoff slots and six out of eight division series playoff spots.