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Sadly, it ended with a whimper

Updated: May 31, 2005, 2:13 PM ET
By Bill Simmons | Page 2 columnist

The subplots during baseball's All-Star week revolved around labor disputes, performance-enhancing drugs, contraction, shaky trades, the growing disparity between big-market teams and small-market teams, the fact baseball owners are morons and the greatest hitter of all time dropping dead, then being cryonically frozen by his son. The only thing missing was a sex scandal involving Catholic priests, major league batboys and members of Al Qaeda. Maybe next year.

Here in Milwaukee, nobody ...

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