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Wall Street Journal crossword of April 6th, 2015 other clues
'On My Way Home' singer
'The ___ Horse' (Lou Gehrig nickname)
2015 returnee to Yankee Stadium
8,100 square feet, for a major-league infield
Advanced degrees
Agitated condition
Annapolis sch
Ball team complement
Ball thrower
Ballpark quaff
Ballpark score
Bill words
Bit of marmoset music?
Black and Carpenter
Book review?
Calvin Klein fragrance
Check for fit
Classic cars
Coach of a sort
Copier brand acquired by Kyocera
Deposit in some banks
Diamond corner
Do doers
Doesn't play
Early inhabitants
Euphonium's kin
Exchanged words
Exhaust outlet
Footballer who only plays at the end of the day?
Gangster's heater
Hall of Famer Musial
Harris who hit the last New York Giants homer
Have a bawl
Hide-and-seek variant
How the pros vote
In need of a massage
It's a long story
Kind of cap
Knitting loop
Library stamps
Like a 30-Down
Like catching a pop-up
Like chinchillas
Looking down from
Manager's nickname
Numerical prefix
Nursery cry
NYPD broadcasts
Of two minds
One might stop a strike
Opening wager
Parts of pitcher's mounds
Pet for Pebbles
Pitcher part
Place to get croquetas
Prop for Mr. Peanut
Quaint spot for a caller
Recharge, in a way
Response to charges, often
River feature
Secret competitor
Spiced brew
Spirited songbird?
They may be pitched and later struck
Torpedo's place
Vampire serving as best man?
Watch over
___ out (scrapes by)

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