Thursday, October 05, 2006

Yeah, we get it; it's a chess match

Either Major League Baseball is using chess to brand a series of articles on the playoffs or the writers at could use some coaching on composing creative headlines:

Chess Match: A's get best of Twins - In tightly contested matchup, strategy plays big role in outcome

Chess Match: Yanks halt Tigers early - Missed chances catch up with Detroit; New York capitalizes

Chess Match: Gambles pay off for Cards - Saving Carpenter, sending Belliard prove good decisions

Chess Match: Don't play for one - A's don't get cautious in Game 2, and it pays off for them

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