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Tale of a Tiger: Princeton’s Bill Clarke

In honor of Princeton starting its baseball season tonight in Baton Rouge, here’s a photo of legendary Tigers coach Bill Clarke that I picked up in an auction earlier this year. Clarke worked with the team on and off from 1897 to 1901, when college teams often wouldn’t have full-time coaches but would invite professional

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Rooting for Chris Young won’t be hard

The news that the Mets are just a physical away from signing Chris Young has me smiling. It’s just that I think he’s a good signing in this offseason of frugal living — a low-cost starting pitcher who has the ability, when healthy, to be a solid starter — but he’s a good person, the

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Not a good sign from those Mets

Something didn’t sit well with me as we left Shea Stadium on Sunday. That wasn’t a good way to end the homestand, not a good way to head out on a season-high 12-game road trip. The Mets went 6-6 on their longest stretch in Queens for the season, losing two of three to the woeful

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