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They Wrote It
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
May 10, 1993
?Michael Wilbon in The Washington Post, blaming baseball writers' spats with players and managers on an excess of familiarity: "Oscar Madison [right] used to show up in the press box in the second inning with a hotdog hanging out of his mouth. Now, baseball writers show up in the dressing room at 3:30 for a 7:30 game."
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May 10, 1993

They Wrote It

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? Michael Wilbon in The Washington Post, blaming baseball writers' spats with players and managers on an excess of familiarity: " Oscar Madison [right] used to show up in the press box in the second inning with a hotdog hanging out of his mouth. Now, baseball writers show up in the dressing room at 3:30 for a 7:30 game."

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