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Topic - Ron Karkovice
The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs' immaculate Regency Furniture Stadium is only 27 miles from Nationals Park and the distance provides a fitting metaphor for what ex-National Charlie Manning and the others in the league face. It is pretty close, though not always easy to get there. But it can be done.
“But it is very good baseball,” said Ron Karkovice, the Camden manager who spent 12 years catching for the White Sox.