I (Martin) am in Helsinki at the moment—a place not noted for great interest in either cricket or baseball—but I’m nonetheless well aware that faithful readers will be expecting thoughtful comments on England’s trouncing of India in the Second Test match, and the many incidents that marked a thrilling game in what is turning out to be an epochal struggle between a team on the rise and one on the descent. This is not going to be that blog. However, be sure to visit this site over the next couple of weeks, when I will opine, explain, and exclaim on the many storylines that emerged.
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