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David A. Petreman
I am a rising college junior who wants to enter the field of sports medicine, and I can't express how inspired I am by the efforts of Dr. Andrews and his colleagues. They seek to protect children from the coaches and parents who are supposed to be encouraging them to have fun with the game of their choice, not teaching them how to throw a curveball at age 11.
Jeremy Lamb, Cincinnati
I really enjoyed Joe Posnanski's article about Landon Donovan (Good Isn't Good Enough, June 7). Donovan has stood out to me as a different type of player ever since his early days with the San Jose Earthquakes. I first saw him play when I was five or six. I bleached my hair, I bought his jersey, I wore the number 10 and I even took off my shirt when I scored in my youth league. Now I'm 14, and Donovan has inspired me to always improve my game, even when I think it can't be improved.
Matt Whittock, Lodi, Calif.
For years SI has given its readers the choice to opt out of receiving the Swimsuit Issue. Could you please do the same for any future World Cup or soccer issues?
Jeff Sponsler, Littleton, Colo.
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