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Striking Out
Jeff Pearlman
August 19, 2002
Although the players' association did not set a strike date on Monday, the possibility of a walkout still existed. The 1994 strike not only led to the first cancellation of a World Series but also robbed several players and teams who were on track for major achievements. Here's a look at who suffered the most in '94 and which players and teams could be similarly shortchanged, such as the first-place Twins (above), if this season is not concluded.—David Sabino
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August 19, 2002

Striking Out

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Although the players' association did not set a strike date on Monday, the possibility of a walkout still existed. The 1994 strike not only led to the first cancellation of a World Series but also robbed several players and teams who were on track for major achievements. Here's a look at who suffered the most in '94 and which players and teams could be similarly shortchanged, such as the first-place Twins (above), if this season is not concluded.
—David Sabino

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