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U.S. beats Dominican Republic 3-1 in baseball

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By RONALD BLUM

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Great job! Both teams played well.

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Another sport that deservedly needs to added to the Olympic scrap heap. There is just no positives for baseball and it's sister softball. Glad both are not in Paris 2024 and hope are permanently put to rest.

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Another sport that deservedly needs to added to the Olympic scrap heap. There is just no positives for baseball and it's sister softball. Glad both are not in Paris 2024 and hope are permanently put to rest.

How much bitterness..

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Yes, let’s take out softball and baseball and leave in equestrian because so many people I know practice equestrian horse riding. It really is the people’s sport

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Yes, let’s take out softball and baseball and leave in equestrian because so many people I know practice equestrian horse riding. It really is the people’s sport

Nice sarcasm, loool !!..

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This US team consisting of ex-MLB players and wannabe-MLB players is playing well

Another sport that deservedly needs to added to the Olympic scrap heap. There is just no positives for baseball and it's sister softball. Glad both are not in Paris 2024 and hope are permanently put to rest.

Both are already confirmed for Los Angeles 2028 and most likely also Brisbane 2032 - the stadiums are already there and will be full of fans, especially a lot of little girls for softball (a sport they can call as their own)

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Both are already confirmed for Los Angeles 2028 and most likely also Brisbane 2032

cricket should be in Brisbane 2032, not baseball.

Twenty 20 would rock the Olympics.

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