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April 23, 2004 [LINK]

Upside down standings

What is going on this year? The Tigers, Reds, Padres, and Orioles are all vying for the lead in their respective divisions. It's a good sign that both the Red Sox and Cubs have shaken off their crushing postseason disappointments and are back in the thick of things this year. Sorry to sound mean, but has anyone calculated how much money A-Rod is making on a per-hit basis? Long-time visitor Steven Poppe suggested that I delete the football gridiron outline from the baseball configuration diagram of Mile High Stadium since it's visible on the football configuration diagram anyway, and I've obliged him. I used the opportunity to make a few minor tweaks in that diagram while I was at it. After I finish the last few baseball stadium pages over the next several weeks, I'll begin making "dynamic" diagrams for all the dual-use stadiums as well.

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