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WEDNESDAY WEB SITES OF THE WEEK

     For MLB teams, it's time to transition from Hot Stove to the
Hopes of April.  But if you want the latest info online, MLB's
"Major League Baseball @BAT" may not be the best place to check.
The league's official Web site
(http://www.majorleaguebaseball.com) is still in World Series
mode.  Better off heading to the official team sites, of which
there are nine.  MLB's online teams:
               Blue Jays (http://www.bluejays.ca/bluejays/);
               Braves (http://www.atlantabraves.com);
               Cardinals (http://www.stlcardinals.com);
               Giants (http://www.sman.com);
               Indians (http://www.indians.com);
               Mariners (http://www.mariners.org);
               Marlins (http://www.pwr.com/Marlins);
               Pirates (http://www.pirateball.com/pws014.htm);
               Tigers (http://bigweb.com/mall/tig/);
               Yankees (http://www.yankees.com)
     KEY FEATURES:  The Giants' "Virtual Dugout" has a link to
the homepage for the "Yes on B" ballpark initiative in San
Francisco at http://www.webgal.com:80/giants.  Inside is a 3D
version of the ballpark and links to the campaign. The news
section in the Pirates' site makes no mention of the team's new
ownership, but the Cards' "Welcome" page mentions new owners,
grass at Busch Stadium and the Web site among changes this off-
season.  The Mariners' "Home Plate" has a page devoted entirely
to Ken Griffey Jr.  "Marlins On-Line" has a Fan Forum with team
president Don Smiley.  The Indians page features sponsorships by
All Sport, McDonald & Company Investments, Sherwin-Williams, and
Stop 'n Shop.  The A's site has ad space available on the
homepage.
     ONE-STOP SURFING:  For all unofficial MLB and all other
baseball links, see "John Skilton's Baseball Links" at
http://www.ssnet.com/%7ESkilton/baseball.html (THE DAILY).
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