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Great blog!

As reminder, you helped support me research the affect of the 1880’s railroad network on the NL’s choice of teams (Detroit and Buffalo vs. Baltimore or Washington).

You are probably in Houston right now.

But I saw your comment on “HardBallTalk” about “The Battered Bastards of Baseball.” What an outstanding story, documentary! Could possibly be my favorite baseball movie ever, pushing aside “Bull Durham” and “Fever Pitch”?

Also saw you in the news at the “Jews in Baseball” museum opening in Philly last year. You get around.

Along with the quick change to the transfer rule, MLB has made some good moves during the past few years. Making you the official historian has been one of them. You are everywhere!

Doug Rubin
Princeton, NJ

Thanks, Doug!

I cited you in my local history book, which includes a chapter on the Miami Indians of 1921. If you will send a mailing address to coiner@cqbleone.net I will send you a copy.

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