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Rays, Brewers Challenge MLB's Goliaths

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Rays, Brewers Challenge MLB's Goliaths

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Rays, Brewers Challenge MLB's Goliaths

Rays, Brewers Challenge MLB's Goliaths

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Two smaller-market Major League Baseball teams, the Tampa Bay Rays and the Milwaukee Brewers, are quickly emerging as major contenders against more established teams with larger payrolls, such as the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.

To find out why, Steve Inskeep talks with Buster Olney, senior writer at ESPN Magazine.

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