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  • countless
  • In Akron, Ohio, Bill Wilson and Dr. Robert Smith, two recovering alcoholics, found Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.), a 12-step rehabilitation program that eventually helps countless people cope with alcoholism. (history.com)
  • appeal
  • The idea that a population laden with athletes is shrugging its shoulders at baseball, let alone flat ignoring the sport, makes cases like Walker's all the more interesting - and perhaps worth studying to see how to better appeal. (taurussports.net)
  • Mesa: Changing perceptions, building for the future Sure, Mesa means business - but it means a whole lot more, too A city with nearly 450,000 people that retains a friendly, neighborly appeal? (issuu.com)
  • describes
  • Yahoo describes me as a Twitter "scenester" because I use hashtags related to the topic of my post (for example, #mlbpulse or #money) to disseminate my messages to as many people as possible. (kiplinger.com)
  • show
  • He is the most important whistleblower in baseball history, a man who helped show that the steroid era is far from over and may well have ended A-Rod's career before a $275 million contract is even finished. (villagevoice.com)
  • last
  • I think he's the most important baseball figure of the last 50 years," former Commissioner Fay Vincent said. (onlineathens.com)
  • At his last public speaking engagement, a discussion at New York University School of Law in April marking the 40th anniversary of the first baseball strike, Miller maintained free agency and resulting fan interest contributed to the revenue increase. (onlineathens.com)
  • real
  • He was, however, that rare individual who resisted his own PR, which was certain and glowing, and the perfect foil for the movie's real subject: baseball statistics and how numbers could guide a poor team like the A's to the playoffs more regularly than the conventional wisdom said was possible. (safetyresearch.net)
  • The point I'm trying to make here is that if you're going to be a real major-league baseball fan, you have to know a lot of stuff, both about baseball in general and about your new team, the Florida Marlins. (miamiherald.com)
  • I always write in full sentences, and I try to follow my son's advice: Come across as a real person, and make it interesting. (kiplinger.com)
  • football
  • As much as baseball touts its high attendance and staggering revenues, other truths - that pro and college football surpassed it in popularity, that pro and college basketball certainly could make the same argument, and that with options galore the entertainment marketplace struggles with nightly three-hour commitments - make this a serious priority. (taurussports.net)
  • I usually post between three and six a day, a combination of links to my favorite stories at Kiplinger.com, financial tips, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, personal notes on books, movies, restaurants and TV shows, and, of course, my running commentary on baseball and football. (kiplinger.com)
  • almost 240 million persons witched 1 Softball, pro football, major league 'j baseball, national leafuie. (newspapers.com)
  • back
  • There is an assumption in this that goes unspoken: If baseball can bring back African-American youth, chances are it will have captured the zeitgeist of all races. (taurussports.net)
  • African-American
  • Can you name the African-American- More People? (sporcle.com)
  • To see those words come from an African-American ballplayer and particularly a starting pitcher - his only positional compatriots: CC Sabathia, David Price, Edwin Jackson, Jerome Williams and Archer - lets baseball realize the misdeeds and failures of its past are more harmful than lethal. (taurussports.net)
  • News
  • When big news happens somewhere in the country, people in other states say, "Oh my goodness! (slate.com)
  • makes
  • Your use of hashtags makes sure that people always know where the hot conversation is," says Yahoo. (kiplinger.com)
  • mind
  • At 35, Cano finds himself battling a similar sliding scale: A baseball mind that's always expanding, attached to a body more likely to betray him. (thestar.com)
  • James had a restless, numerically inclined mind and, it would be fair to say, an obsessive interest in baseball. (safetyresearch.net)
  • community
  • Table of Contents Looking inside Mesa COMPASS: Connecting people, business and community 4 ������������� Introduction-Mesa: Changing perceptions, building for the future. (issuu.com)
  • process
  • And today's agreement also deal with that issue, calls for an independent person not tied to baseball or the union to oversee the scheduling of tests and the supervision of the sample collection process. (npr.org)
  • connection
  • Sure, Tom Laughlin didn't actually have any genetic connection to the First Nations people on Turtle Island and he didn't look the part. (cbc.ca)
  • owners
  • Slightly built and silver-haired with a thick, dark mustache, Miller trained as an economist and was anything but passive in his dealings with baseball owners. (onlineathens.com)
  • always
  • My friend Caryn-herself a transplant-always tells people, "Florida is the drainpipe of America. (slate.com)
  • world
  • Mandela, admired by people around the world, continued to advocate for human rights and peace until his death in December 2013. (history.com)