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Baseball's unwritten rules keep changing, but Tim Anderson vows to keep the fun in his game

Fight Club has defined rules. Vegas getaways? One rule.

Baseball?

There are rules, unwritten rules, amendments to unwritten rules and adjustments to those amendments.

"I'm not that smart to know all the unwritten rules," Rick Renteria said Sunday. "I wish somebody would put them in a book because I'd like to see them."

Renteria, the White Sox manager, has only been involved in professional baseball since 1980.

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