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The average age of major-league rosters is 29.2 years — Mr. Ross is 29.
Walk your way through the rosters from the Finals teams of this year, and those of the 1985 Finals.
The wide variation in rosters, philosophies and histories always are a fascinating aspect of the tournament for recruiting fans.
Different recruiting styles, profiles highlight tourney contenders
Although it's wise to get team rosters from the Web before arriving, get the official roster from the pressbox before the game begins (there could be changes since the Web version).
But Jordan, the mover and shaker of rosters, is still very much an unknown quantity.
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Simply expanding the rosters is not a bad idea but it's no solution if a manager's priority remains getting every player into the game.
Race Horses aren't just sticking two fingers up to much of the indie blandness dogging current label rosters; it's more of a banana-like grin as tracks like 'Cake' bound and gallop with an overwhelming sense of feel good.
Considering the talent drain from the past three division-title rosters and the disappointing performance of replacements like Matsui and Brandon Wood, the Angels 'players could be forgiven if they are wishing and praying for Reagins to bring them help before July
These music heavyweights have been on label rosters for years, but now, following in the footsteps of bands like
Searching social sites for company names yields partial company rosters, which is a start toward softening them up for social networking attacks. 2.
Seven ways social nets like Facebook and LinkedIn are 'truly evil'
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