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About 1,400 air miles separate the two villages, but through the first 20 minutes of play Saturday, barely a point or two separated these teams.
Over the course of eight- to 12-hour expeditions covering up to 2,500 air miles out and back, the flights maintain an average cruising altitude of just 1,500 ft.—and sometimes much lower.
The Crimson Tide had to travel all the way to Hawaii to find the player who would serve as its savior, but those air miles pale next to the psychic distance traveled from Jan. 11, 2016, in Arizona to 1/8/18 in Atlanta.
In 2016, Baseball Savant calculated that the Mariners log roughly twice as many air miles as the Cubs (47,704 to 24,271), and all five AL West teams ranking among the top seven in mileage traveled.
In a way, this is like selling air miles in a startup airline
His conception of the past and of home has been superseded by busyness—by text messages and air miles and the modern reality of fashion's populism.
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