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Baseball Beginnings Reader Mailbag

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November 21, 2010

Time now for another Sunday Baseball Beginnings mailbag. In this issue we tackle…whatever people asked me to.

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Baseball Beginnings Reader Mailbag

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October 31, 2010

I get far more mail in this job than I did in my old job, which really says something about a great many things. Most of the recent mail has to do with my two-week hitch in the MLB Scout Development Program (“scout school.”) There are some other good questions in here, so let’s get to it.

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Baseball Beginnings Reader Mailbag

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October 23, 2010

You can tell when your readership is growing when reader emails and comments pile up and you spend a great deal of time cleaning unsavory spam out of your server. These are all real questions, comments and emailed, sometimes edited for punctuation, clarity and to be more concise. This installment asks questions about guys like Buster Posey, Austin Wilson, Christian Lopes and many, many more. To the Bag Cave: 

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Baseball Beginnings Reader Mailbag

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August 31, 2010

It’s time to open the Baseball Beginnings mailbag again, for a collection of comments, questions and “what the hell were you thinking, John!” letters from our many readers. This time, we talk about the Area Codes, the Cape, the Giants, and many other topics.

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Baseball Beginnings Reader Mailbag

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June 18, 2010

Welcome to the second Baseball Beginnings mailbag. The draft brought us a slew of comments and emails. (more…)

Baseball Beginnings Reader Mailbag

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May 19, 2010

Welcome to the first edition of the Baseball Beginnings reader mailbag. All of these questions and comments are original letters from readers. We think it’s a pretty good sign that there are enough readers here to warrant us making this a regular feature. Before we dive into the bag, you can email your future questions to john@baseballbeginnings.com and we’ll consider them for a future edition.

Now, I need a freshman to carry the bag. Just kidding. Always wanted to say that.

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