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October 27, 2005

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Mike Thomas

Congrats to the White Sox!
I was naturally disappointed that the Astros didn't win at least one game during the Series (I did not expect them to win). They picked a heckuva time to go into a team-wide batting slump.
But they should be fun to watch next year. Even with the possible retirments of Clemens, Bagwell and Biggio, I am optimistic about their chances to make the Playoffs again next year. They have some great rookies coming up like Chris Berke and Willie Taveras and a strong pitching staff with Andy Pettite, Roy Oswalt and Brandon Bakke.

Meg

Great picture of the Chicago skyline. Makes me homesick!
Another transplanted Chicagoan living in Texas...

Peter

I also enjoy watching the Astros, but, alas, cannot root for them. They are in the same division as the Cubs these days!

John Mathew

Dear Sir/Madam


I am the webmaster of http://www.chicago-cubs-baseball.com and I have realized that both of us share the common interest of attracting visitors to our site. I have visited your site http://www.fieldmuseum.org/ and have found it to be extremely innovative. Would you be interested in linking exchange with us? Following is my web site’s information:



Title :- Chicago Legends Information

URL :- http http://www.chicago-cubs-baseball.com

Description :- Originally known as the White Stockings, the Chicago Cubs came into

being in 1870 and faced the Cincinnati Red Stockings in their opening season.



Please send me back the URL, Title and Description of your site. Your link will be active here http://www.chicago-cubs-baseball.com/show_all_cat.php?cat=sports accurately for its category., as soon as I see my link on your web site. I could certainly direct many of the interested visitors to your site. And of course, the more the links the more our websites will become important to search engines and will attract more visitors.



Have a Nice Day!



With Best Regards,

John Mathew

legends_chicago@yahoo.com

Peter

Very interesting, if confusing. I only wish fieldmuseum.org were my site! Alas, I have absolutely nothing to do with the Field Museum, other than enjoying visiting it once in a while when I get back to my home town.

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