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Postby Pogotheostrich » Tue Nov 16, 2004 4:33 pm

New York Daily News wrote:A high-ranking official within the Players Association confirmed yesterday that it is "little more than a formality" that the union would not fight a request by Sammy Sosa's agents to have an $18 million triggered option in his contract dropped to clear the way for a trade.

New York Post wrote:The Mets and Cubs could pull off a Sosa-for-Cliff Floyd swap, potentially in the next week.

New York Post wrote:One of the juicier rumors on baseball's hot-stove circuit has Alfonso Soriano returning to New York. As a Met. Playing right field.

New York Daily News wrote:Soriano said he would not move to right field to come back to New York in a deal with the Mets.

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Postby Mookie4ever » Tue Nov 16, 2004 4:40 pm

This reminds me of an old joke in Montreal about the differences between two of the city's newspapers.

Le Journal de Montreal wrote:Snowstorm hits Montreal

Montreal Gazette wrote:Snowstorm hits Montreal. Anglophones hit hardest, french streets plowed first!
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