Found July 22, 2013 on The Rhino and Compass:
Hello all, I hope you are enjoying a fine lunch. The Royal baby is almost here! The Cleveland Indians tried to surreptitiously enjoy a hotel stay in Minneapolis this weekend. San Francisco totally needs a roof on their stadium. Milwaukee just needs spell check.  SCOREBOARD MLB Chicago 3, Atlanta 1 – Atlanta is not as good on the road at American League Stadiums, history has proven. Cleveland 7, Minnesota 1 – The Twins still won the series, everybody.
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