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Paul Sullivan: Instead of fixing what's wrong with baseball, it's time to appreciate what's right

CHICAGO - Appearing before a Senate subcommittee on antitrust and monopoly on July 9, 1958, Yankees manager Casey Stengel gave a couple of long-winded and convoluted answers to the questions of Sen. Estes Kefauver.

After one lengthy monologue that veered from the subject at hand, an exasperated Kefauver said, "Mr. Stengel, I am not sure I made my question clear."

"Yes, sir," Stengel replied. "Well, that is all right. I am not sure I'm

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