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Your article on Atlanta's two rising stars, Freddie Freeman and Jason Heyward, (Brave New World, Feb. 28) shows how baseball is changing. With so many talented young players currently making waves in the majors, the game is more exciting to watch. These players could be the faces of their organizations for years.
Nick Becker, Clark, N.J.
It was great to see a Phillie in your package on baseball's hot young talent. Most fans probably think the Phillies unloaded their entire farm system on pitchers Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee, but rookie outfielder Domonic Brown should keep the future looking bright in Philadelphia.
Carmen Tierno, Marlton, N.J.
Wow is the only word to describe my reaction to seeing two baseball players on the cover rather than Trevor Bayne, the 20-year-old who won the Daytona 500 in only his second Cup start. Just wow.
Clay Burley, Monterey, La.
What a shame some idiot poisoned two 130-year-old oaks in Auburn (SCORECARD, Feb. 28). Despite this horrific act, Auburn fans will still revel at Toomer's Corner, and with more vigor and meaning than ever before. I can imagine that many years from now this whole incident will be an inspirational tale to both the fans and the team.