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I have put my comments re: the failed FLC noms and the article's upcoming requirements on the peer review page. KV5 • Squawk box • Fight on! 21:06, 30 July 2008 (UTC)
Withdrawal of baseball-reference.com reference proposal
I'm currently trying to decide on which reference should I use, Bluejays.com or baseball-reference.com. Crzycheetah told me to withdraw the baseball-reference reference. I just want to see other opinions. Put Support to support the withdraw or Oppose to oppose. Thanks for your cooperation. -- K. Annoyomous24GO LAKERS! 03:42, 31 July 2008 (UTC)
Support, while the Cox and Williams differences are likely just typos at B-R.com (an indication they are not double checking their numbers), it is odd that B-R.com does not include Warner and Rojas as acting-managers but does include Tenace's 1991 stint (but not his 1994 stint). Including/not-including them makes Hartsfield, Gaston's, and Martinez's numbers different between the two sources. There may be a technical explanation for this, but I'm inclined to go with the Bluejays.com count which counts who was actually at the games managing the players, and discounts those on sick leave. --maclean 04:05, 31 July 2008 (UTC)
Support I am sure we can find other sources such as newspapers that can verify the needed info rmation.--Crzycheetah 05:18, 31 July 2008 (UTC)