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Date Posted: 11:20:07 05/18/04 Tue
Author: Moose32461
Subject: Re: NE Baseball rankings
In reply to: J.J. 's message, "NE Baseball rankings" on 10:04:45 05/18/04 Tue

I I I I did not know that.

An interseting tidbit, considering most of the good teams are found in the warmer climates.

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[> [> Re: NE Baseball rankings -- J.J., 11:52:56 05/18/04 Tue

These are regional (New England) rankings. You are right, the best college teams are in much warmer climates (CA, TX, FL). I just thought it was interesting that 3 different Conn. State Univs. are the top baseball teams in their respective division.

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