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Scott Greenman diary part 2.

July 5th:

I am going to apologize in advance for the writing style of the following diary entry. It will be all over the place and will not be covering things in any type of chronological order. Because I’ve haven’t written in a while, I’m going to try to cover a decent amount of things in this entry, however, it may be difficult to follow. Sorry again.

Once again, I apologize for the long delay, but I wanted to wait until we had played a few games to relay the update to everyone. We are currently 4-0 and have absolutely crushed our competition to date. We won the first game against Canada by forty and the second game against Australia by nearly sixty. We then beat the other USA team by about thirty. And we play in the Gold Medal game on Sunday night against Canada. So, barring some sort of basketball-related disaster, we should be in good shape. The other United States team was pretty good, as everyone either plays or did play in college. But we had a huge run in the second quarter and they could not come back from that. Australia had two players on their team that would be considered division-1 players (one of whom is playing professionally in Australia). However, our depth and height completely overpowered them and the game was basically over by halftime. So, unfortunately, I don’t have any great stories about the games in which we’ve been participating.

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Vote for Chris Young!

Former Princeton basketball player (and current San Diego Padres pitcher) Chris Young needs your vote to make this year's Major League Baseball All-Star team. While Chris Young was not named by manager Phil Garner as one of the first 31 members of the 2006 National League All-Star Team (despite better numbers across the board than some of the other pitchers selected), he was named one of five finalists for the 2006 NL Final Vote.

Since 2002 fans at have decided the final member of each league's roster through Final Vote. Young is up against four other players (Billy Wagner, Nomar Garciaparra, Chris Capuano and Bobby Abreu) for the 32nd slot on the senior circuit roster.

You can vote for Chris Young via text message or Internet. You can vote from right now until 6:00 pm ET on Thursday.

There appears to be no limit on how many times you can vote. Why vote just once?

Here is all you have to do...

1. Go here.

2. Click on "Cast Your Final Vote."

3. Select Chris Young.

4. Repeat as often as you can between now and Thursday at 6:00 pm ET.

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