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Paul Sullivan: Cooperstown sells baseball better than baseball sells itself

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - Cooperstown is like a pop-up town that reopens one weekend every July so everyone can feel young again remembering when baseball was great.

It's basically a Norman Rockwell version of small-town America, with a nod to Gordon Gekko, as evidenced by

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