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Articles from Baseball Digest (May 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
50 Hr and no MVP. Nagle, Paul Brief article 359
Attendance discrepancy. Doherty, Chuck Brief article 156
Baseball crossword puzzle. 238
Baseball quick quiz. 724
Hall of fame neglect. Graves, Eddie 253
Hof for chipper? Hurley, Mary Brief article 142
Lost generations. Beadle, Keith Letter to the editor 300
MLB's best shortstops: the big-league game is filled with great all-around infielders, but an influx of All-Star-caliber players at short is being showcased around the majors. Haudricourt, Tom 2019
More alphabetical leaders. Carron, William Brief article 347
Most career singles. Webber, Bill Brief article 204
Most hits in 1950s. Strangeman, Harold Brief article 216
Repeating as world series champ is difficult: since 1995, when the Division Series play off round began, the only team to win consecutive Fall Classic titles is the New York Yankees. Levine, Bruce; Bierig, Joel 4264
Superstar Searching for a Championship: Nolan Arenado wants more than personal achievements and a lucrative contract during his playing time in Colorado. Saunders, Patrick 1889
Tear down & rebuild: reconstructing a baseball franchise is a task filled with pitfalls and opportunities. Armour, Mark; Levitt, Dan 1954
The game i'll never forget: former Cy Young Award winner recalls signing with the Oriobles and pitching the first game at Camden Yards. Sutcliffe, Rick 1956
The quiet dignity of Jackie Robinson: Brooklyn star's 1947 debut, years before the Civil Rights Movement took root, pioneered social change. Henninger, Thorn 2618
The Summer of Sock: a season when baseballs left the yard at a record pace, including 52 by N.L. Most Valuable Player George Foster. Epstein, Dan 2768
Todd Frazier. Levine, Bruce; Bierig, Joel 789
Transformers power pitchers who turn to finesse: lost velocity doesn't always sidetrack a pitcher's success. Berardino, Mike 1536
Trivia on rules to test your ability as an umpire. Marazzi, Rich 1619
Unknowns who had success against a star. Kuenster, Bob 2378
Why catching is Baseball's toughest position: more than just throwing out potential basestealers, it's a challenging position that requires strong relationships with pitchers and the ability to impact a game with pitch framing and blocking. Perrotto, John 1548
World series repeat. Benick, Richard 169

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