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Vol 46 Issue 14

MLB Opening Day Marred By Strikeouts

NEW YORK—Players, coaches, fans, and Commissioner Bud Selig expressed concern for the state of professional baseball Monday after MLB's highly anticipated Opening Day was "completely ruined" by a rash of strikeouts that began during the afternoon games and didn't end until the day was over.
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Breast-Feeding Saves Lives, Money

A study in the journal Pediatrics found that if all U.S. babies were breast-fed exclusively for six months, it would save 900 lives, as well as $13.6 billion in lost wages and medical costs, each year. What do you think?

  • "Nothing you say will make me put a child anywhere near this set of blue-ribbon jugs."

    Sara Da Silva
    Regulatory Affairs Assistant
  • "But how much money could babies earn if they worked those six months?"

    Trevor Birch
    Telesales Specialist
  • "Uh, could you please go and read that item somewhere else?"

    Cory Aspinall
    Systems Analyst
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