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I couldn't resist ...

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Priced to move at $25.25! Celebrate Thomecoming with a new tee from Mistake By The Jake. Unfortunately, not available in flannel. However, also available in navy.

The elusive Major League baseball card set.

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Not expensive, but apparently hard to come by. Also contains an interesting error: Apparently Pepper Leach was the team's 3D coach, even though the film was not shot in 3D.

On ESPN, Bias and Cleveland Misery Montages

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This is a really good story that Cleveland sports fans, like myself, should enjoy from Waiting For Next Year!

Goldstein's Indians Coverage at BP (Pay)

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The link above is to a review of all the Top 11 lists in the AL Central. Here, I'll link the "Kiss 'Em Goodbye" piece that BP did on the Indians, a brief postmortem. From KG in the 2nd piece: Phelps suddenly started hitting, including a .317/.386/.506 line in 66 Triple-A games. He's a bit bulky and slow for the position, but with gap power and good plate discipline, he'll at least represent a major upgrade over Valbuena until Kipnis is deemed ready.

Classic video of Jim Thome hawking cars in Cleveland

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Video of a 1995 Jim Thome local commercial in Cleveland and accompanying article noting how Thome’s appearance and personality is virtually unchanged from his younger days up through today.

Classic video of Jim Thome hawking cars in Cleveland

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Video of a 1995 Jim Thome local commercial in Cleveland and accompanying article noting how Thome’s appearance and personality is virtually unchanged from his younger days up through today.

Classic video of Jim Thome hawking cars in Cleveland

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Video of a 1995 Jim Thome local commercial in Cleveland and accompanying article noting how Thome’s appearance and personality is virtually unchanged from his younger days up through today.

Tigers Aquire Jhonny Perolta for Pitching Prospect Giovanni Soto

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Minor but curious move for the Tigers, who clearly feel they aren't out of it yet. Peralta, wherever he plays, will be a better bat than one of their many replacement level guys now starting. Soto is a late round pick that has stood out in his limited time in pro ball but that still has a long way to go before he sees any time on a big league roster: The 6-foot-3, 155-pound Soto, selected in the 21st round of the 2009 Draft, pitched in the Gulf Coast League last season and was a perfect 4-0 with a 1.18 ERA in 13 games. All in all a "win now" move for the Tigers, but a half-assed one at that. Could be a precursor for more moves however and they are a better team now than before this trade, although only slightly.

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