Remembering when baseball was more than a sport
Like millions of Americans, I was caught up in the glory days of baseball in the 1950s.
I was exhilarated by the Reds and Yankees and Dodgers victories, and pained by each and every loss.
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You decide: Is it trivia? Or is it useless information?
Some call it trivia. Others might refer to it as useless information.
Whatever the case is, more information is being produced today than ever before.
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