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October 25, 2008

Tim McCarver on TV; Joe Morgan on radio. Somebody should tell Major League Baseball that the idea is to attract listeners and viewers to the World Series, not drive them away.

Rich Rudy

San Diego

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Bill Shaikin ought to be reprimanded for the crass, unneeded article on race related to the World Series.

Who really cares about the ballplayer's race when it comes down to the Series? Why inject race into a contest that is decided on who scores the most runs, not what black player scores the runs?

Stan Guzy

Garden Grove

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If there's any place where race shouldn't be a consideration, it's the sports section. "A Series that will look like them" suggests that blacks are under-represented in major league baseball. So what? So are Jews, Asians and women.

Burt Prelutsky

North Hills

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The Rays exorcised the "Devil" and they're in the World Series. Take a clue, Arte Moreno?

Bob Ginn

Arcadia

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