User talk:Sydneym42

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Welcome to Wikipedia[edit]

Just wanted to leave a note on the edits you made to several baseball articles. I didn't want you to get discouraged about editing in general just because your first efforts got reverted by other editors. Check out WP:OVERLINK for an explanation of why the edits were reverted. Short version, generally only want to have one link to an article instead of linking it every time the subject is mentioned. LarryJeff (talk) 19:37, 23 August 2013 (UTC)

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