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Joshua Braff: Baseball as Oxygen -- Another Year in Bloom

It's Baseball season again. The cable guy on the phone says I can see every professional game in the United States. He calls it a "buffet of pro-hardball," and I begin to see what he means, flipping my new remote higher and higher.
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