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09-06

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Short Relief: The Man Who Refused to Lose
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Nathan Bishop, Jesse Spector, Jason Wojciechowski and Scott Delp

09-01

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Long Relief: A Meditation on a Mess of Baseball Cards
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Holly Wendt

08-22

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Short Relief: The Wonderful Vulgarity of Miami's Home Run Machine
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Emma Baccellieri and Kate Preusser

07-05

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Short Relief: Witt's End, and the Ruminations of a LaMahieu
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Patrick Dubuque and Matt Ellis

06-15

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Long Relief: The Baseball Card Pose Power Rankings
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Patrick Dubuque

05-31

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Short Relief: On Fighting, Friendship, and Negotiation
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Patrick Dubuque, Jason Wojciechowski and Nathan Bishop

04-10

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Short Relief: High Noon, Phantom Pain, and Failure Versus Success
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Holly Wendt, Patrick Dubuque and Trevor Strunk

03-27

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Short Relief: Talking (And Not Talking) Baseball
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Holly Wendt and Patrick Dubuque

03-22

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Short Relief: L'Essene du Danks / The Last Show
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Jason Wojciechowski and Patrick Dubuque

03-15

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Short Relief: Tales of Cubs Fans, Extroverts, and 1987 Topps
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Nathan Bishop, Jason Wojciechowski and Patrick Dubuque

03-13

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Short Relief: Fallen Heroes, Anonymous Foot Soldiers, and Dale Sveum
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Holly Wendt, Mo Bjonski and Patrick Dubuque

06-14

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Cold Takes: Gonz But Not Forgotten
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Patrick Dubuque

04-15

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BP Unfiltered: Our Generation's Hall of Famers, Ranked By Subjective Trade Valuation of Mid-Career Baseball Cards In A Semi-Premium Early-1990s Set
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Sam Miller

11-11

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Players Prefer Presentation: You're the Topps!
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Meg Rowley

06-13

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Baseball Therapy: What You Can Do With Your Old Baseball Cards
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Russell A. Carleton

04-11

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Baseball ProGUESTus: Updating the Encyclopedias, One Baseball Card at a Time
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Tom Shieber

11-27

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An Agent's Take: The Art of Making Endorsement Deals
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Joshua Kusnick

03-05

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Baseball ProGUESTus: The Secret Life of the American Ballplayer
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Michael Clair

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The game as it connects major league ballplayer and four-year-old, fantasy and reality, and an old man and his spare room.

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A box full of baseball cards, books, memories, and history, within baseball and beyond it.

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Also: the freedom of speech exhibited with (certain) baseball cards.

By: Emma Baccellieri

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An update on a 1990 Upper Deck baseball card, and the stream of consciousness of an All-Star.

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A comprehensive ranking of every baseball card pose, from Jeff Reardon to Wally Joyner.

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Patrick writes about the worst trade he ever made, Jason finds the positive aspect of being a baseball star, and Nathan recounts the fight that should have ended all fights.

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Bryce Harper is up to no good, Russ Stephans is up to neither bad nor good, and the Mariners and Angels are up to both at the same time.

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A discussion of a forgotten set of 1989 baseball cards that contained audio recordings, and the their secrets.

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Jason travels to a Benedictine monastery in search of an old pitcher, while Patrick visits a nearby elementary school cafeteria.

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Nathan explores the psyche of a young Cubs fan-to-be, Jason drafts Trevor May and discovers alienation, and the gang votes on their favorite Topps cards of the 80s.

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A narrative poem about a diminuitive hero of the past, a polemic against the laziness of polemics, and a piece that reveals too much about one author's financial status.

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On the internet, nobody knows you're a Juan Gonzalez fanatic.

When I was a kid, I loved old magazines. Books were fine too, as far as they went. But there was something surreptitious about reading old magazine articles, reading outdated reviews and glancing at anachronistic advertisements. Something about the transitory nature of them made them feel forbidden, like they were written for a specific moment that I was intruding on. Like the powder blue pullovers and the shaggy hair of the baseball generation just before mine, they made me feel like I was peeking into the wisdom of adulthood.

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