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An evening with two of the best broadcast crews in the sport.

The three biggest factors in determining the appeal of a baseball game on television are the starting pitchers, the ballpark, and the announcers involved. I like games that feature at least one interesting starting pitcher, a clean-looking ballpark, and announcers with good chemistry, regardless of whether they excel in wit or insight. More often than not, a good blend of those three attributes leads to an engaging ballgame. 

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April 5, 2012 3:00 am

Transaction Analysis: Getting Caught Up Before Opening Day


R.J. Anderson

Jonathon Niese joins the parade of extensions.

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As the Mets embark upon an uncertain rebuilding phase, they're putting their faith in young pitchers, as they've done before.

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Jonathan Bernhardt is a freelance writer born in Baltimore who lives and works in New York City. He is an occasional contributor to the Et tu, Mr. Destructo? blog.

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