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April 2, 2012

And the Game Played On

A 33-inning minor-league baseball game from three decades ago captivated New York Times columnist Dan Barry's imagination.

Justin Adler

What baseball has forever lacked is what so many of its fans never miss: a ticking clock. Without it, every game contains the possibility of playing on infinitely.

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