Interesting stories from newspapers across the nation:
- Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times writes that Bryan Stow's absence from Dodger Stadium is a harsh reality.
- Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times writes that Jamie McCourt is expected to ask a judge to order her ex-husband Frank to sell the Dodgers.
- Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes that the Cardinals' success breeds jealousy.
- Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune writes that it's serious business now when the Indians come to town.
- Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes that the treeless batter's eye at Target Field hasn't helped the Twins.
- Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle wonders if Jim Crane, the Astros' new owner, will put his money where his mouth is.
- Thomas Boswell of the Washington Post writes that Harmon Killebrew showed how a bonus baby became a Hall of Fame man.
- Ken Davidoff of Newsday (via the Boston Herald) writes that the Yankees are too old in too many places.
- Amanda Housenick of the Allentown Morning Call writes that Ruben Amaro Jr. says it's too early for the Phillies to talk about trades.
- Your truly writes for the Beaver County Times that the Pirates are running themselves into the ground.
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