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Old 06-07-2006, 08:07 PM   #101
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1662
4577
4629
"and scored [%batting r word] times"
Would say "scored 10 Runs times"

1666
"In [%month previous] [%personlink] picked up Rookie of the Month in the [%subleaguename]"
Should be "the Rookie of the Month"

1679
"and [%batting rbi]RBIs."
No space between [rbi] and RBIs

1690
"The [%playerposition] for the [%teamlink nick] batted [%batting avg], drilled [%batting ebh], including [%batting d word] and [%batting hr word]. "
No reference to what he "drilled"

1814
"He tagged [%batting h word] "
Lots of spaces between "He" and "tagged"?

4578
"The object of the batter is to \"hit \'em "
Should be "objective", but better would be "The batter's objective is to"

1512
"Selected #1 Rookie of Month in "
Are there 2 rookies of the month, but he's better?
Also missing "the" which I didn't catch before I pasted it in here... I'm slackin.

4684
"Biggest Votegetter is "
2 words, Vote getter

1634
1641
"a [%pitching w]-[%pitching l word] record . "
This would say "20-2 loss record" How negative!

1637
"After posting [%pitching w word] in [%pitching gs] in [%month previous]"
No reference to what [gs] is. "posting 1 win in 5 in March"

2187
"That how [%subleaguename] batters felt when"
Should be "That's how"

2188
"[%personlink] takes the hill with an uncharacteristic poise for a man of so few years"
Should just be "takes the hill with uncharacteristic poise"

2192
"fanning [%pitching k word] "
Redundancy again, would say "fanning 5 Ks"

4538
"He held opposition hitters to a [%pitching avg] team batting average, "
Should be "he held opposing hitters to"

4539
"gave up [%pitching ha] basehits, "
2 words, base hits

4541
1135
1136
1144
1149
1168
1170
4859
5352
5356
5357
5359
5372
5377
5384
"a record of [%pitching w word] and [%pitching l word] "
There's usually not [...word] when what it is is referenced. This would say "a record of 5 wins and 5 losses" But normally we see "a record of 5-5"

4542
"worked [%pitching ip] innings, permited [%pitching ha] hits"
Spelling, permitted

1560
4735
"[%teamname] Pitcher [%personname F L] Reels in SION Monthly Rookie Award in [%subleaguename]"
SION should be possessive, SION's

1573
"Pitcher [%personname L] of [%teamname] Elected Top SION Rookie in [%subleaguename]"
A rookie sportswriter? Thought this award went to baseball players. Should be "SION's Top Rookie"

1740
"[%batting r] scored "
What's been scored?

1744
"He tagged [%batting h word] in [%batting ab word] for a [%batting avg] for "
No reference to what [avg] is

4620
"To these impressive hitting stats, the league\'s top freshman also produced [%batting rbi] RBIs"
This should be "also added [rbi]"

4626
"with [%batting h] hits with [%batting ebh word], that included [%batting hr word] and [%batting d word]. "
Tough to read. I'd change it to "with [h] hits. [ebh] of those for extra bases including [hr word] and [d word]." Just too many "with"s

4641
"driving in [%batting rbi] rbis "
Redundancy again. "driving in 20 rbi's" Plus "rbis" wasn't capitalized.

4642
"He burned them for [%batting h] base hits in [%batting pa word], including [%batting ebh word] among them. "
Redundancy. "including [ebh word]" is far enough.

180 pages of xml left. That should be good for at least another 2 sleepless nights for RBL. Seriously though, I'm sure it's not taking me nearly as long to read it as you guys spent writing it.
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Old 06-07-2006, 11:10 PM   #102
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I will have to catch up tomorrow, too many late nights killing me
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I will have to catch up tomorrow, too many late nights killing me
LOL
Yes, I agree. Been waiting for the loser who owes me money every night so far... they'll all be there tomorrow... plus some.

Only 150 pages left... I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, as long as it doesn't cave in on me...
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Old 06-07-2006, 11:57 PM   #104
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Old 06-08-2006, 12:04 AM   #105
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2161
3189
"record in [%pitching ra] appearances capped"
Calls for RA but only says appearances.

3184
"he suffered [%pitching bs word] for a [pitching bsp] blown save percentage."
This is a Rookie of the year mention, shouldn't they focus on save percentage instead of the negative blown save percentage?

3191
"innings with [%pitching ha] allowed, rung up "
Should be "[ha] hits allowed"

3193
"for [%pitching ha] basehits"
"waved him in from the bullpen on [%pitching svo] occasions and he responded with [%pitching s word] "
First: 2 words, base hits
Second: Talking about RA but calls for save opps

1829
"[%personname L] of [%teamname] Annointed "
Spelling, anointed

2167
"record, a [%pitching era], and [%pitching k word]."
No reference to what [era] is.

4435
"clubs only managed paltry [%pitching avg] when [%personlink L] was on the mound."
No reference to what [avg] is.

1986
1991
1997
2000
2001
2013
2014
2018
2019
2023
2025
(1986)"[%teamname]\'s [%personname L] Puts up Great Rookie of Year Numbers in [%subleagueabbr]"
(1991)"[%teamname] Starter [%personname F L] Racks In [%subleagueabbr] Rookie of the Year Award"
There's a slew of these. It looks like there were 2 test groups, one called it "Rookie of Year" and the other called it "Rookie of the Year" and in these cases it didn't get moved to a variable. Some of these appear to be fine the way they are, but since they matched exactly with my assumed "test subjects" I included them anyhow. Basically, at least some need to be changed to a variable.

1997
"Rookie of the Year Champ Crowned in [%subleagueabbr], [%teamname] Starter [%personname L] SION Choice"
Should be "SION's Choice"

6145
"heakes it on one hop"
Should be "He takes it"

6154
"it is quickly picked up by the [%game pitcher]..."
Should drop "the" in front of [pitcher]

6165
"and make the easy "
Should be "and makes the easy"

6177
"and tosses it to [%game firstbase] at first to get the [%game outs+1 order long]."
Should have "out" at the end. This just looks to say "to get the second."

6183
"then tosses it first for the "
Should be "then tosses it to first"

6206
"[%game pitcher] has it...(nl)he set...(nl)throws to first..."
Should be "he sets"

6211
"hit to right of the mound..."
Should be "hit to the right"

6232
"[%game batter] sends one back back to the mound..."
One one too many back back's.

6255
"easy bouncer to the left side...(nl)[%game pitcher] makes the play...(nl)and underhands it to [%game firstbase].."
The pitcher won't be underhanding it to 1st if it's hit to the left side.

5874
5880
5882
6589
6629
"for the [%game outs+1 order long] of the [%game inning order long] inning."
Should have "out" after [outs]. This looks to say "the second of the second inning"

5888
"[%game batter] is retired for out for number [%game outs+1 long]."
Drop the second "for"

6560
6626
"turns and make a quick lob to"
Should be "turns and makes a quick"

6564
"gloves it on the third hop away from the bag..."
Inches and feet are hard enough, let's not measure in hops too. Looks like "away from the bag" should just be dropped.

6586
"nubbed back toward the right side..."
Just where is this pitcher standing? Should just be "nubbed toward the right side"

6590
"[%game batter] tries to check his swing...(nl)hits a bouncer to first ...(nl)[%game secondbase] gloves it on the edge of the grass..."
Everything else in this category is being fielded by the first baseman.

6610
6631
"rapped back to the first baseman..."
"first base to the pitcher...(nl)[%game outs+1 long] away, [%game inning order long]."
First: The curve may be more deceptive throwing from 1st, but the rules say they have to be on the mound. Should drop "back"
Second: Need "inning" at the end, or "in the [inning]"

6617
"[%game firstbase]makes the easy pickup..."
No space between "[firstbase]" and "makes"

6630
"and make a perfectly timed "
Should be "and makes a perfectly"

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Realized a mistake on my part, don't know if I posted any or if they were changed to be wrong if I did.

Corrals is right spelling. I thought it was Corrales
Don't know if either of these were in there, but:
Corralled is right spelling.
Corralling is right spelling.
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Realized a mistake on my part, don't know if I posted any or if they were changed to be wrong if I did.

Corrals is right spelling. I thought it was Corrales
Don't know if either of these were in there, but:
Corralled is right spelling.
Corralling is right spelling.
I haven't touched these yet, but would have questioned you
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11043
"[%game secondbase] moves to his right(nl)scoops it up...(nl)shovels it over to first..."
If the 2B is moving to his right he won't be shoveling it to first.

11055
"out at first!(nl)[%game outs+1 long]down."
No space between "[outs long]" and "down"

11081
"flires to first..."
Spelling, fires

11099
"[%game secondbase] shoots it between first and second...(nl)but [%game secondbase] is there to make the easy play..."
Another fast player, he's hitting the ball and throwing himself out. I'd think he'd muff that play to up his hitting stats.

11110
"[%game batter] slaps a weak grasscutter the right "
Should be "grasscutter to the right"

11278
"make it a 4-6-3, if you're scoring along with us."
Should this be "mark it"? And should it say "double play" after?

11282
"to double up [%game batter]!score it second "
Spaces, [batter]!score

11283
"[%game batter] hits it on the right on the nose right at the "
Should be "hits it right on the nose at the" or "hits it right at the" or "hits it on the nose right at" ... everyone loves options, but what's there isn't right.

11286
"hard grounder right of [%game secondbase] at second."
Should be "to the right of"

11305
"and [%game shortstop] shoots it first to finish off "
"crushed right back to the second "
First: Should be "shoots it to first"
Second: The pitchers standing somewhere other than the mound again... do I need to get a ball and chain for this guy?

11306
"blazes it to [%game firstbase] to complete the twin kill..."
Should it be "twin killing"?

TEXT_OBJECT id="11135" text="bouncing to the left of [%game thirdbase] at third...(nl)he grabs it just inside the bag and spins...(nl)the throw to [%game firstbase] is(nl)in time for the out!"/>
TEXT_OBJECT id="11129" text="chopped to [%game thirdbase] just to the right of the bag at third...(nl)he throws to first...(nl)in time to get [%game batter] on 5-3 putout."/>
One of these is a foul ball. If they're talking the right of the bag is toward 1st base (like the right side of the infield) then 11135 is wrong. If they mean how the third baseman sees things then 11129 is wrong. But one of these is wrong.

11181
"[%game outs+1 order long] out of the inning"
Should be "out in the inning"

11184
"[%game batter] hits high bouncer toward third...(nl)[%game thirdbase] fields it on the second hop.."
Should be "hits a high bouncer"

11186
"[%game thirdbase] takes on one hop.."
Should be "takes it on one hop"

11199
"and drill it to "
Should be "and drills it to"

14945
"[%game fielder] fires it to [%game firstbase]..."
Everything else in this category has [thirdbase] fielding the ball.

8369
8371
8375
"over to [%game secondbase] to get [%game firstbase]..."
The first baseman should really be waiting on the throw instead of pinch running for the baserunners.

8378
8429
"over to second for one...(nl)back to first for the double play"
The play didn't start at first, it can't go back there. Should be "over to first"

8388
"the throw to [%game firstbase] is...(nl)time for two.:"
Should be "in time for two"

8406
"[%game secondbase] makes the relay to [%game firstbase] is...(nl)in time to nail [%game batter]."
Should be "[secondbase]'s relay to [firstbase]" or drop the "is" behind [firstbase]

8413
"looping throw to second to get [%game base1]...(nl)relay to first in time to get [%game batter] by two steps."
On a 5-4-3 double play you never see a "looping throw"

8419
"big bouncer to third in the hole...(nl)good chance for two...(nl)[%game secondbase] moves quickly to his left..."
First, [secondbase] would be moving to his right. I also don't think he'd get there in time to turn 2. Should be "[thirdbase]"

8426
"[%game thirdbase] moves in for easy ground ball...(nl)throws to [%game secondbase] and getsl [%game base1] for one..."
Should be "moves in for the easy"
Also just like there's no crying in baseball, there's no L in "gets".

7892
"hard throw to first to first..."
Drop one of the "to first"... maybe the first one.

7910
"takes a step to his right to grabs "
Should be "to grab"

7919
7922
"[%game outs+1 long] down, [%game inning order long]."
Needs "inning" after [inning order], or "in the" in front of it.

7920
"he gloves, tosses to first..."
Should be "he gloves it"

7930
7941
"rolled out to shortstop..."
Should just be "short". Shortstop refers to the person, or the position, not the location on the field.

7931
"[%game shortstop] gloves.."
Should be "gloves it"

7934
"saved nicely by [%game firstbase].(nl)(one) down."
"one" instead of variable

7943
"pitcher can't reach it..."
Should be "the pitcher" or "[pitcher]"

7955
"mark [%game batter] out 6-3 on your scorebook"
Should be "in your scorebook"

7957
"pounded right straight at the shortstop..."
Should drop "right" or "straight" Unless the announcer is overly dramatic.
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11210
"throws to [%game secondbase] forces out [%game base1]..."
Should be "throws to [second] to force out"

11226
11229
5818
5828
"make it 6-4-3 on your scorecard"
Personally, I think it should be "mark it" Doesn't make sense to "make it" since you're not making anything.

11234
"double up [%game batter]!score it short "
No space between "[batter]!" and "score"

11235
"[%game batter] hits it on the right on the nose right at the shortstop..."
Should be "hits it right on the nose at the ss" or "hits it on the nose right at the ss"

11235
11236
6027
6028 (but with move)
6033
5955
"make the easy toss "
Should be "makes the easy"

11240
11244
11250 (but with "fields")
5846 (but with fields)
"[%game shortstop] gloves, flips to second"
Should be "gloves it, flips"

11241
"he tosses to the second for one.."
Either "he tosses it to the second baseman" or "he tosses to second"

10053
10061
10066
10077
10078
"he snags it for the [%game outs+1 order] out of the inning"
Mostly, I don't think I've ever seen it this way, these say "[game outs+1 order long]"

10070
"right at [%game leftfield]...(nl)he polls in out number "
Spelling, pulls instead of polls

10077 (mentioned with the [outs order long] problem above)
10078 (mentioned with the [outs order long] problem above)
10086
10089
10099
6006
5906
5912
5913
"pulls it in for the [%game outs+1 order long] of the inning."
These need "out" behind [outs]

10126
"poped up to left field"
Spelling, popped

10133
"and squeezes it for out number [%game outs+1 long word]."
Doesn't need [word] since "out number" is there. This looks to say "for out number 2 outs"

5417
"here is flyball to center...(nl)[%game leftfield] circles under it..."
Should be "here is a fly ball"
Also this category is the center fielder catching the ball.

6007
"[%game centerfield] has an easy play(nl)heamps under it..."
Should be "he camps under it"

5418
"he hits a routine flyball to right...(nl)the left fielder goes for it.."
That left fielder is either really fast or he's playing out of position.

5900
5927
"reels it in for the [%game outs+1 long word]."
Should be [outs order], this looks to say "reels it in for the two outs"

5936
"[%game rightfield] catches up and reels it in.."
Doesn't read clearly. It should say he's chasing it if it wants to say he catches up.

5795
"steps on first base make the putout unassisted"
Should be "steps on first base to make"

5803
"[%game firstbase] corrals and touches the bag it for out number"
Should drop "it"

5814
5816
5825
"and easily outraces [%game batter] to first"
These are "outraces" or "outsprints". I care for either of them personally, I've never heard it, I'd make them "beats"... but at least they need to be split into 2 words.

5819
"line shot right back to the first baseman..."
That pitcher is roaming again. Should drop "back"

5822
"and he tags tag the base"
Drop "tag"

5837
"[%game outs+1 long] away in the [%game teamab] [fifth]."
Tried to get the variable it looks like, [fifth] instead though.

5840
"[%game firstbase] grabs it, tags the bag to retire [%game firstbase]"
Isn't the tie supposed to go to the runner?
Second [firstbase] should be [batter]
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13635
"grounder to second...(nl)has it..."
Who has it?

13636
"step on second for one..."
Should be "steps on second"

13646
"hard grounder to [%game secondbase]...(nl)fields it cleanly..."
Should be "he fields it"

13650
"he fields it on a one hop.."
Drop "a" or "one"

13652
11712
"[%game batter] hits it on the right on the nose right up the middle.."
Should be "hits it right on the nose up the middle" or "hits it on the nose right up the middle" or simply "hits it up the middle".

13664
"and wings it to first is in plenty of time to double up "
Drop "is"

13666
"routine groundball up the middle...(nl)[%game secondbase] makes the play near the bag for one...(nl)and over to first for the easy double play"
He should probably step on second base.

11692
"to finish off twin killing!""
Should be "to finish off the twin"

11696
11697
"tapped to second...(nl)[%game shortstop] covers, tags the bag...(nl)OUT!(nl)on to first"
This category is shortstops making 6-3 double plays. Shouldn't be anything about covering a base.

11700
11705
11706
11712
"and make a quick throw to first "
Should be "and makes a quick"

11701
"and get it to first in plenty of time"
Should be "and gets it to first"

11707
"and makes the quick toss to [%game batter] for out number two"
Should be [firstbase] instead of [batter]

11711
"big hopper by [%game pitcher] back up the middle.."
"step on second..."
"and whips it to first is in plenty of time "
First: Should be [batter] instead of [pitcher]
Second: Should be "steps on second"
Third: Drop "is"

11713
"easy twin kill for [%game fielder]..."
Most of these are saying [shortstop]

11715
TEXT_OBJECT id="11715" text="[%game batter] rolls one past the pitcher up the middle...(nl)[%game shortstop] handles it easily near the bag...(nl)could be a double play...(nl)tags"/>
Not finished... the announcer got bored.

11716
TEXT_OBJECT id="11716" text="second for one...(nl)and the soft toss to [%game firstbase] arrives in time!(nl)textbook double play...(nl)nice double play by [%game secondbase]...(nl)[%game outs+2 long] down."/>
It was never begun. Obviously these go together.
They give credit for the great DP to the 2nd baseman.

11717
"hit by [%game pitcher] straight up the middle...(nl)[%game shortstop] hustles over near the second base.."
Should be hit by [batter] instead of [pitcher]
Also: Should drop "the" in front of "second base"

13289
"aglance from the pitcher keeps"
2 words, A glance

716
"[%personlink] scoured [%leaguename] for hot prospects,"
This category is about scouting the amateur draft.

749
"[%personlink L] the players listed below are "
Should be "[personlink] thinks the"

757
"and began banging out the scout report "
Should be "scouting report"

788
"He unearthed a [%personage]-year-old [%personlink#1] "
This looks to say "unearthed a 19 year old Jack Bob". This would be opposed to the unearthing of the other 19 year old Jack Bobs found last week. Should have [position] between those 2 references to make it work right.

789
"The jury might still be out on that subject, though [%personlink#2 L] is definitely worth watching"
[personlink#2] has been referring to the scout... no reason to watch him I don't think.

1000
"[%string#1] Yields Fruit upon [%personname#2 l] Return"
Should be possessive, "upon [scout]'s return"

568
569
573
583
594
599
"[%personname#2 F L] Zeroes in on [%playerposition capital]"
It doesn't show who he scouted. That may make a difference whether you jump to it right away or don't care for a couple days. Besides, "zeroes in on centerfielder" just doesn't make sense.

528
"His observations, along with hyperlinks to each player profile, can be accessed belown:"
Spelling, below

531
"will help us gameplan against them "
Game plan should be 2 words I believe

550
"Please take a few moments to go over this assessment and see how best it can be used to beat the "
Should be "see how it can best be used to beat"

721
"What are the strengths of weaknesses of [%teamlink nick]? "
Should be "what are the strengths and weaknesses" or "strengths or weaknesses"

498
"[%personname l] Visits [%teamname]; Compile Team Dossier"
Should be "compiles"

504
"[%personname l] Files Confidential Report"
Should mention what team he scouted.
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I'm feeling lonely today. I think I may have the ultimate in back to back posts.

67 pages left!

To make this a tad easier, on me... you should search for "stuckout" I have a lot of these errors. Obviously, should be "struck out".

2436
2438
2440
2451
2454
2455
2456
2457
2462
2471
2474
2495
2503
2519
2540
2542
2607
5750
5758
5761
5762
5764
5769
"has a lifetime record of [%pitching w word] and [%pitching l word] "
"has a won-lost record of [%pitching w] wins and [%pitching l] losses "
Bunches of these too in this section. Shouldn't have [word] (or mention what they are) since what these numbers represent is already given.

2471
2474
2540
5764
"losses with [%pitching k word] in [%pitching ip] innings with a career [%pitching era] ERA"
Quite a few of these too. Too many "with"s. Should change to "innings and a career"

2437
"He has started [%pitching gs word], "
Don't need [word] since the reference is already there.

2443
2448
"with [%pitching gs] and an ERA "
No reference to what [gs] is

2445
"has compiled a ERA of [%pitching era] "
Should be "compiled an ERA"

2461
"has logged [%pitching k] career strikeouts.r stats, "
No idea what "r stats," is doing at the end.

2463
"Lifetime his overall stats shows the "
Should be "overall stats show"

2466
"opposing hitters have compiled a [%pitching avg] against him"
No reference to what [avg] is

2473
"[%pitching k word] and [%pitching era] ERA."
Should be "and a [era]"

2475
"Tis season the [%personage]-year-old [%personlink l] has won"
First, should be "this season"
But, this category is talking about career numbers.

5753
"career [%personname l] has numbered [%pitching w]-[%pitching l] mark"
Should be "has numbered a [w]"

5759
"walked [%pitching bb] and put up a [%pitching avg] ERA with "
Says ERA but calls [avg]

5764
"In all during his career in [%pitching gs] starts, "
Should drop "in all" and start with "During his career, in"
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939
941
942
945
961
963
965
974
1066
1067
1071
1076
1080
1086
1091
1092
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1110
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1133
"His won-lost record is [%pitching w word] and [%pitching l word] "
"has a won-lost record of [%pitching w] wins and [%pitching l] losses "
Bunches of these again in this section. Shouldn't have [word] (or mention what they are) since what these numbers represent is already given.

939
945
965
"losses with [%pitching k word] in [%pitching ip] innings with a lifetime [%pitching era] ERA."
Quite a few of these too. Too many "with"s. Should change to "innings and a lifetime"

658
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1119
"he has notched [%pitching k] career strikeouts"
Quite a few of these. This category is dealing with his season numbers.

953
"has fanned [%pitching k] in [%pitching ip] innings pitched and collected a [%pitching w]-[%pitching l] record and a [%pitching era] ERA. "
Too many "and"s. Should be "record with a [era]"

958
"pitched [%pitching ip word]. "
Looks like this would say "pitched 20 innings pitched (or IP)" Either way, should say "pitched [ip] innings."

961
"struckout [%pitching k] "
Struck out should be two words?

962
"He has started [%pitching gs word], stuck out "
Don't need [word], should just be [gs]
Also: Spelling, struck

1084
"game appearances,put up an "
Space needed between "appearances," and "put"

1087
"One thing for sure--"
Should be "one thing's for sure"

1088
"throws well for a man in his age"
Should drop "in"

1089
"he is not sure, if his arm will hold out another five years"
Shouldn't have a comma there.

1092
"That why he is still on the roster"
Should be "that's why"

1102
"fanned [%pitching k] batters [%pitching ip] innings"
Should be "batters in [ip]"

1106
"date [%personlink L] has compiled a ERA of [%pitching era] "
Should be "compiled an era"

1108
"posting [%pitching w word] and [%pitching l word] mark"
Should drop "mark".

1132
"[%personlink L] is [%pitching w]-[%pitching l] with [%pitching gs word] with a [%pitching era] ERA "
Too many "with"s. I'd change it to "[l] with [gs word] and a [era]"


Done with most of the stories... all that remains (story wise) is the GM hirings.
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What is [game pitch description]? I see a bunch coming up, but without any, any, clue what it is I don't know how to read it.
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What is [game pitch description]? I see a bunch coming up, but without any, any, clue what it is I don't know how to read it.
it'd be like "the pitch was low and away" when you hear the ply-by-play.
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What is [game pitch description]? I see a bunch coming up, but without any, any, clue what it is I don't know how to read it.
samples:

sweeping curve
big sweeping curve
breaking ball
blazing fastball
wicked heater
slider
nickel-curve
slurve
fastball
hard fastball

need more
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samples:

sweeping curve
big sweeping curve
breaking ball
blazing fastball
wicked heater
slider
nickel-curve
slurve
fastball
hard fastball

need more
Okay, makes sense. Thank ya... and no, no need for more... you have work to do!
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samples:

sweeping curve
big sweeping curve
breaking ball
blazing fastball
wicked heater
slider
nickel-curve
slurve
fastball
hard fastball

need more
hmm guess I was off there. OOpsie
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Okay, makes sense. Thank ya... and no, no need for more... you have work to do!
No kiddin
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dola,

but you have done a great service
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