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Chris Weigant, 06.14.2011
Political Writer and Blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
Having just gotten back from a trip abroad where the news was dominated by the story of a politician facing severe consequences for his sexual misconduct, I opened up the pages of the American news to find... well, pretty much the same thing.
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Carlos Zambrano Was Right to Speak His Mind
Thomas Alter, 06.07.2011
Sportswriter, Washington D.C.
By putting himself on the line Zambrano shows that he still cares about what happens to the Cubs. Judging by recent performance, that's more than can be said for many of his teammates.
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What to Make of Buster Posey's Injury
Danny Groner, 05.29.2011
Managing Editor, TheWeek.com
Posey was knocked out by a home-plate collision this week that resulted in a broken leg that will likely sideline him for the remainder of the season. Here's a roundup of what baseball bloggers and columnists have to say.
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The Best Hitter in Baseball Plays in Canada, and He's Making the Jays Relevant Again
Rick Mele, 05.28.2011
Writer, film critic, sports fan
Toronto fans can enjoy knowing that the best hitter in the world wears a Blue Jay uniform. His name is Jose Bautista, and he can no longer be ignored.
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Carolita Johnson, 05.25.2011
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Don't forget the Mets in your May 21st Rapture plans! ...
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Is There Paternity Leave in Baseball?
Jenya Cassidy, 05.25.2011
Editor, Labor Family News
Colby Lewis is not the first major league player to miss a game to attend the birth of his child. But he is the first to take advantage of Major League Baseball's new 72-hour paternity leave policy.
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The Biblical Implications of Albert Pujols' Hug
Rabbi Joshua Hess, 05.25.2011
Blogger, 'The FANatic Rabbi'
When Albert Pujols hugged Chicago Cubs General Manager Jim Hendry during batting practice a couple of days ago, the encounter was quickly dubbed, "the hug heard around the world."
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Spring Means Soft-Shell Crabs
Cheryl Carlesimo, 05.25.2011
Food and Film and People
For me, sautéed saucy soft-shell crabs are nirvana. I have created a recipe that I have to say tastes heavenly. Every year, my friends wait impatiently for me to make them.
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Trustee Swings and Misses with Mets Owners
Brad Kurtzberg, 05.25.2011
Sports writer
The SEC investigated Bernie Madoff numerous times during the 25 years the Mets owners made investments with him. It hardly seems fair to hold investors, in this case the Wilpons and the Katzes, to a higher standard than the SEC.
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Tribeca Film Exclusive Interview: Alex Gibney's Catching Hell -- Sports: The Dark Side
Cynthia Ellis, 05.25.2011
actor/writer/journalist
Can catching a ball for your favorite baseball team, in front of millions of fans, literally ruin your life? This very scenario is the subject of Alex Gibney's brilliant new documentary, Catching Hell.
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Reyes Going 'Crazy' Over Blown Call Just Might Save the Mets' Season
Steve Kettmann, 05.25.2011
Berlin-based American author
I'm going to go out on a limb and predict that the Reyes sequence -- and the unlikely come-from-behind victory -- will be seen as one of the key moments in the entire season for the Mets.
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Before the Dust Settles on the Dodger Trusteeship, Let's Ask Whether We Want Another Rich Man's Plaything or a Community Asset?
Glenn Rothner, 05.25.2011
Labor lawyer
The billionaires and wannabees are already hovering over the Dodgers. Why must we in Los Angeles be relegated to taking a chance on another soap opera, too much debt service, and hidden agendas.
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In the Best Interest of Baseball
Roger I. Abrams, 05.25.2011
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This week Bud Selig announced that he would exercise his reserved power to save a baseball club from its owner.
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Chew on This: The Real Dangers of Smokeless Tobacco
Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D., 05.25.2011
Chairman of the Department of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai
Whether tucked in a burly athlete's cheek or daintily positioned in a gentleman's lip, smokeless tobacco has long been a public bane.
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2011 Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards
Megan Smolenyak, 05.25.2011
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I had the privilege of attending the 2011 Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards in this, a particularly special year -- the 125th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty's dedication as a gift to the people of America from France.
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What Should Barry Bonds Do Now? Move on and Let History Decide
Steve Kettmann, 06.14.2011
Berlin-based American author
Barry Bonds can appeal his single conviction on a count of obstructing justice and I'm sure he will be barraged with mellifluous arguments on why he should do just that. Don't listen, Barry: Move on.
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Play Ball! Opening Season for Airport and Baseball in Japan
Christine Negroni, 06.14.2011
Award winning writer; essayist; author, Deadly Departures
There was a real and a metaphorical cry of "Play Ball" in Sendai, Japan yesterday.
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Count on It: Barry Bonds Will Be Voted Into Baseball Hall of Fame
Steve Kettmann, 06.11.2011
Berlin-based American author
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Does Manny Ramirez Belong in the Hall of Fame?
Danny Groner, 06.10.2011
Managing Editor, TheWeek.com
While some can forgive Manny's misdeeds chalking them up to him being "a product of his age," several sports columnists have voiced their opposition to Ramirez ever joining the greatest of the game.
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Nice Guys Sometimes Finish First
Roy M. Pitkin, 06.07.2011
Today marks the 93rd birthday anniversary of Robert Pershing ("Bobby") Doerr, the oldest member of baseball's hallowed Hall of Fame.
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