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Ty Cobb[edit]

Hi, as it seems like you are doing a very thorough job proofing Ty Cobb, I'd like to request that you mark any citations that are referenced incorrectly with the {{fact}} template rather than delete the content. I'll see if I can find them. In putting this article through the Good Article review, I checked the content in depth and verified sources. If a citation is incorrect, I probably mistakenly mixed it up. I added a lot of material and citations over the course of about 10 days so there may be a few more in there.

I appreciate you checking them, and if you can mark them rather than delete them, it makes the clean-up go a good bit faster for me. I will also be adding some more content from the Al Stump book, and I plan on switching the refs to that book to individual ones with page numbers rather than all pointing towards one generic Stump ref. Thanks, --Roswell native 01:58, 24 March 2007 (UTC)