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2 comments on “Commenting

  1. I never would have guessed this site is staffed by such young talent. Yes, it is a site directed at the average fan, but it has a very high regard for that fan and the level of sophistication the average fan possess. Just as the contemporary impact player is often, the youngest on roster, the content produced MLB Scouting Reports belies the years of the staff creating it. Well done.

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