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Rounding the Bases: What We’re Reading

May 2, 2008

* Apparently, Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo is a grammatically correct sentence in English. (Buffalo the verb = “to bully, confuse, deceive, or intimidate.”) via Tayari.

* Indian Country Today reports that upwards of 1,600 buffalo were killed while migrating outside of Yellowstone this year.

* No gloves allowed: NPR on Throwback Baseball Leagues playing the game the 19th century way.

* Tis the season for Baseball Books. Spring Reading for Fans of Batted Balls and Thirty Baseball Books in April.

* If you have yet to, Southwest Semiotics: Native American Roadside Texts is a must read post.

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