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Bottom Line: At Least Baltimore Has Baseball

For Baltimore's beloved Orioles, could there be a more miserable baseball year?

When they lost their first 21 games out of the box in 1988, at least Cal, the anchor, was still playing shortstop.

But for forlorn Orioles fans in 2010, the time has come to turn the page on the negativity swarming the city and understand the essence of baseball.

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