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Pitching Headlines Brilliant All-Star Game

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No matter what the purists tell you, there is no “correct” way to play baseball, and if people tell you, “This is the way the game should be played,” they’re usually saying more about their prejudices than about baseball.

That said, the baseball during the All-Star Game was perfect.

There were two ways to miss the contest. The first was by not tuning in. The second was by looking away from the screen for a minute.

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