The Enright Files - Baseball

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Blue Jays at Orioles August 31, 2011. Photo credit: Keith Allison via photopin cc

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Baseball is a sport rich with lore and colourful personalities. But beyond the athletic feats and reams of statistics each game produces, there's a secret set of unwritten rules that dictates how players and coaches conduct themselves and relate to each other. Michael Enright speaks with Jason Turbow, the co-author of The Baseball Codes, and long-time Toronto Blue Jays radio announcer Jerry Howarth for their insights into the hidden world on and off the field.


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