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Fans across America, including "Commando Dave" from Tacoma, are organizing a boycott of Major League Baseball on July 11. The reason? The fans are mad that baseball may go on strike again.

06/20/2002
A pre-emptive strike
It started in a den in Tacoma, the Marquette University student union building, a corporate office in Washington D.C., and a home office in Rockwall, Texas.
The way you greet Griffey determines your fan persona
How would you react? What would you have done if this Mariners-Reds series had been scheduled for Safeco Field instead of Cincinnati?
Sasaki saves another (his 98th) M's victory
CINCINNATI - No one worked any harder for 98 saves than Mike Schooler. And only one man in major league history converted 98 saves more efficiently than Kazuhiro Sasaki.
Keller critical of benching
SEOUL, South Korea - Dissension that undermined the United States' chances at the 1998 World Cup surfaced again Wednesday when reserve goalkeeper Kasey Keller expressed his frustration at sitting on the bench while the U.S. has advanced to the quarterfinals.
06/19/2002
Pineiro steals the show
CINCINNATI - Joel Pineiro had the rarest of games for the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday - he drove in more runs than he allowed.
Mariners' Abbott out for season with shoulder injury
CINCINNATI - A few innings away from returning to the Seattle rotation, Paul Abbott instead learned Tuesday that his season was over - ended by a shoulder injury that will require surgery.
Luis who? Get used to Castillo in headlines if streak continues
Baseball can humble those elite athletes who play it for a living. Heck, baseball can even humble those who try to follow it for a living.
MVP's absence doesn't benefit Storm in loss to Sparks
The Seattle Storm was given a huge gift before its game Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Sparks - Lisa Leslie, the WNBA's reigning regular-season, All-Star and playoffs MVP, was wearing jeans and a leather jacket, sidelined with flu-like symptoms.
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