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From: "Wade Smith" Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 12:24 AM
Subject: Re: playing at suicide
> > Since the ball went between Buckner's legs, I have not seen a
> baseball game.
> - Wade
From a quick browse on the net I can understand your point, what a amazingly
tragic event, although would the red sox team have won if it didnt happen.
I notice the ball was worth a good sum with charlie sheen paying $93,000 at
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