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Articles from Baseball Digest (May 1, 2013)

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15 strikeouts, no walks. Gardner, Tim Letter to the editor 102
2013 rules quiz. Marazzi, Rich 1470
27 batters faced. Colcer, Raymond Letter to the editor 393
Baseball briefs ... statistical notes and facts from the 2012 season. Deane, Bill 704
Baseball quick quiz: collect 10 points for each question answered correctly. (If you score 80 or better, you are a Hall of Famer; 70 or better, MVP; between 60 and 70, All-Star; and between 40 and 60, minor leaguer. 803
Crossword puzzle. Humber, Larry Brief article 244
CY young staff. Gibson, Bill Letter to the editor 111
David James: national director of major league baseballs RBI program. Interview 623
Evaluation camps: the new approach to discover prospects. Henninger, Thom 1324
Hodges for the hall. Giannini, Rollo J. Letter to the editor 140
In a class by himself. Wysard, Paul L. Brief article 187
Infielders: the rundown. Hill, Perry 1326
Knuckleball: a challenge for catchers as well as hitters. Elliott, Bob 2155
Late-inning relievers: pitchers in the setup role are as critical to a team's success as the closer. Laurila, David 1769
Love it or hate it, the adds to the game: even after 40 years in the American League, the designated hitter remains a contentious subject. Stone, Larry 2100
Many young players partaking in the program get exposure to pro scouts and college coaches. 1048
MLB'S RBI program: Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities works to help youth learn the sport with a focus on education and life skills outside the game. Winston, Lisa 572
Most strikeouts with no walks in a game. Wood, Kerry 329
Pitch count? Chazan, Michael J. Letter to the editor 267
Players who hit a grand slam for most teams. Brief article 159
Ready for an encore. Slusser, Susan 2077
Stan Musial: a genuine hero. Kuenster, Bob 1612
Staying "on-plane" key to making solid contact. 383
The big train. Sveum, Ronald Letter to the editor 261
The game I'll never forget. Paciorek, Tom 1919
Todd Peterson: high school right-hander has reached the 90-mph plateau with his fastball at age 15. Henninger, Thom 592
Underappreciated: major league players past and present who deserved greater recognition for their on-field accomplishments. Hummel, Rick 1555
Where are they now? Edgar Martinez remembered as one of the best designated hitters and for his clutch double that advanced Seattle to the 1995 ALCS. Stone, Larry 1813
Yadier Molina. Sorci, Rick Interview 598

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