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They Never Saw the Baltimore Orioles Coming

Published by on May 28, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Everybody is a baseball expert. Has there ever been a fan that didn't think he could manage his team better than its manager?

Just listen to talk radio for a few minutes. The truth is that nobody is a baseball expert.



Arthur Daley Was a Great Baseball Writer

Arthur Daley joined the New York Times in 1926. He was a baseball columnist for 31 years, starting in 1942. In 1956, he became the first sportswriter to win a Pulitzer Prize.

Arthur Daley never claimed to be a baseball expert, but he certainly knew baseball, and a column he wrote before the 1966 World Series serves as a template for all who do consider them baseball prognosticators.



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