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Still America’s pastime?

Charlie's Inside Corner: April 13

Is baseball still America’s pastime?
Perhaps not as much as it was 50 to 100 years ago but as spring turns into summer, thoughts of footballs and basketballs get pushed aside as we flock to the diamond to watch a skill level that ranges from kids playing T-Ball to the major leaguers.
There is no question that baseball is played by more age levels, more skill levels, than any other sport.
What’s wrong with baseball can also be its charm.
Such as, “the games last too long.”
There is a certain charm about the leisurely pace of a ...


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