At times, it seems the sporting world is built entirely on clichÚs. On any given episode of SportsCenter, you'll hear a veritable bottomless pit of inane comments: We're taking it one game at a time; it was a team effort; we need to bring our A-game tonight. ClichÚs are omnipresent in every major and minor sport imaginable, and each is less interesting and more meaningless than the last. However, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have restored significant meaning to one clichÚ that is horribly overused but often unappreciated: There is no ôIö in team. On Monday, the A.L. West Division Champion Angels elected to give a full share of their postseason earnings to the estate of former teammate Nick Adenhart. The decision was simple, but the meaning is profound. Only three days into the 20 ...
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