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March Madness
March 12, 2001
Two sure signs that spring is in the air: baseball players working out in Arizona and Florida, and college kids working it in Panama City and Canc�n. So how do the two March traditions—spring training and spring break—stack up?
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March 12, 2001

March Madness

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SPRING TRAINING

SPRING BREAK

Peter Gammons

Grand Marshal

Carson Daly

Golf cart

Vehicle of Choice

Jet Ski

Battle for fifth starter

Keynote Competition

Wet T-shirt contest

Cortisone

Preferred Shot

Goldschl�ger

Charley Lau's Secrets of the Swing

Hot Video

Girls Gone Wild

Kelly

Favorite Tom

Green

For protection

Plastic Cup

For pitchers

For pitchers

Rubber

For protection

Andro

Naughty Pill

Ecstasy

Bullpen

Call

Booty

Batting donut

Popular Pastry

Limp Bizkit

Heavy bat

40-ouncer

Heavy brew

Natural

Grass

Hydroponic

Muscles

Stretched

Truth

Pursued by reporters

Sweaty, Half-Clad Men

Pursued by sorority babes

Solid ABs

How to Impress

Solid abs

Squad

Split

"The cops are coming!"

Get hit by pitch

"Take One For the Team"

Get out of room

Get in 18

Secret Goal

Get in though you're 18

Bad

Making Out

Good

Double A call-up

Success Tale

Double D hookup

Complicated player transaction

Three-Way Trade

Complicated playa transaction

"Coach, where's Sheffield?"

Burning Question

"Dude, where's my car?"

Overanxious males

Gunned Down At Third

Overanxious males

A franchise

Twins

A fantasy

Two sure signs that spring is in the air: baseball players working out in Arizona and Florida, and college kids working it in Panama City and Canc�n. So how do the two March traditions—spring training and spring break—stack up?

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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