Baseball Stamps ED STEPHAN baseball Postage Stamps Ryan 1277 30 Nov 89 mike GreenwellBoston Red Sox 1344a45i 21 Sep 90 LA Dodgers, 18 stamps on 2 sheets, http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/webstuff/es.stamps.baseball.html
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Extractions: OAS_AD('Top'); document.write(secTimeStamp); SEARCH Sen. Collins: Special Inspector General Appointed to Oversee Katrina Relief writeFeature(0); writeFeature(1); writeFeature(2); E-MAIL STORY PRINTER FRIENDLY FOXFAN CENTRAL Canseco: No Qualms About Using Steroids Tuesday, February 22, 2005 PHOTOS VIDEO writeScroll(openTab1,'1'); STORIES ARCHIVE SHOW INFO writeScroll(openTab2,'2'); This is a partial transcript from " Colmes ," Feb. 22, 2005, that has been edited for clarity. SEAN HANNITY, HOST: Jose Canseco, thanks for being with us. JOSE CANSECO, FORMER MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYER: Great being here. HANNITY: CANSECO: Well, it depends a lot on if steroids are going to be decategorized. How far is gene doping going to be enhanced? HANNITY: You say you were known as the godfather of steroids. You brag in the book how you introduced steroids, brought it into the big leagues. ADVERTISEMENTS adsonar_pid=144757;adsonar_ps=399668;adsonar_zw=440;adsonar_zh=120;adsonar_jv='ads.adsonar.com'; You asked your own question, do you regret or have any qualms of relying on chemicals to help you hit the ball so far? You said to be honest, no, you don't. None at all. CANSECO: No, I don't have any qualms. Because from the very beginning, I think I had so many obstacles put upon me. I mean, from the high school level. Obviously, I was 5'10", 150 pounds. I had already developed inherited back problems. I had degenerative disk disease, a form of scoliosis, arthritis.
Extractions: Help Search Member List Calendar Full Version: Michael Rutstein - Publisher, Boston Baseball ROYAL ROOTERS THE OLDE TOWNE TEAM THE NEWS HOLE Cambridge Jan 5 2005, 06:05 AM Most people who visit Fenway Park are familiar with Boston Baseball . Sold outside the park since 1990, the independent publication and labor of love for its editor and publisher, Michael Rutstein has grown to become a must-read for many fans of Red Sox Nation. We talked to Michael about the history of the magazine, and its future. MR: I loved the name Baseball Underground ; we still get people who walk up to us outside the park and ask, "Is this the old Underground?" And Underground is what it was. It was a one-man, shoestring operation, down on the streets, fighting the power! But after three or four years, when the magazine had grown far beyond our wildest imaginings, two things became plain to us: one, with the sales numbers we were putting up, the next step was to sell mainstream advertising; and two, selling mainstream advertising was going to be easier if we dropped the 'Underground'.