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No Question, Readers Make the Best Owners

Apparently intent upon maintaining the hallowed summer swan-dive tradition, the Angels are reportedly dangling Jim Edmonds, a proven everyday star, as bait to lure a “first-line” pitcher.

Arithmetically, it’s nonsense. At best, a pitcher can win one in five playing dates. Edmonds’ stats, over his five-year career, indicate he betters that ratio.

The Angels’ brain trust might give the preceding pause out of respect for the passing of Nolan Ryan, Wally Joyner and Dante Bichette.

STAN KAPLAN

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