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  • February 21, 2007
    By Ian Donnis

    As a kid, the appearance on the newstand of Street & Smith's Baseball Yearbook was an encouraging sign that spring -- and baseball -- were steadily creeping closer. I picked up the latest annual of S&S, now in its 66th year, last weekend, and was pleased to see how the Sox are ticketed for a first-place berth in the AL East.

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  • February 16, 2007
    By Ian Donnis

    Thanks, Keith. We'll always have 2004.

  • February 07, 2007
    By Ian Donnis

    There's another squeeze on the news side at the Providence Journal. Here are the details, as reported in a piece I prepared for this week's Phoenix:

    When the Providence Journal focuses its resources, it remains quite a good newspaper.

    This was the case last week, when the ProJo did an impressive job in offering the state’s best and most comprehensive coverage of three important stories: the governor’s budget proposal; the latest developments in an ongoing federal probe of State House influence-peddling; and the release of grand jury testimony in the 2003 Station nightclub fire disaster.

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  • January 31, 2007
    By Ian Donnis

    For the baseball obsessives among us, the New York Times had an inspired headline -- and a pretty good story, too -- earlier this week. Spring training will be here before we know it.

    IMHO, I'm glad the Helton deal didn't happen. The Sox don't need to be giving up young studs like Hansen and Delcarmen to get an aging slugger.

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