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It may seem that the Junior Circuit has always been the league of inflated offense, as a result of--take your pick--weaker pitching, cozier ballparks, weaker pitching, smaller strike zones, and weaker pitching. That's not the case. Prior to the installation of the DH in 1973, the two leagues had virtually identical offensive levels. If anything, the NL was the more offensive of the two.

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Minnesotans for Major League Baseball member Thomas Lang weighed in on last week's The Imbalance Sheet by pointing me to that committee's report on the Twins' stadium situation:

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