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# Clue
1. Cubs and Tigers
2. Dressed to the ___
3. Lowest pinochle cards
4. Dressed to the ___ (chic)
5. Diamond performers
6. Astrodome visitors
7. N.L. teams
8. Mets, Padres et al.
9. Cubs and Mets
10. Cubs and Reds
11. Padres and Pirates
12. Mets and Cubs
13. Yarborough's top cards
14. Certain ball clubs
15. Royals and Reds
16. Good marks from 1 Across
17. Dress to the _____
18. Striped yellow balls, in pool
19. Diamond teams
20. has two
21. Figures ending many prices
22. Complements on diamonds
23. Dress to the ___
24. Cents figures in many prices
25. Baseball squads
26. Pair on Wayne Gretzky's jersey
27. Front and back, at the course
28. Pebble Beach halves
29. Pebble Beach's front and back
30. Near-perfect scores
31. They're to dress to
32. Low cards in a pinochle deck
33. Baseball teams
34. Yellow striped balls
35. Dressed up to the ___
36. THOSE ONE MIGHT WANT TO PUNCH AFTER A CRASH?
37. Olympic gymnast's disappointments
38. Pinochle low cards
39. Dressed to the __
40. Low pinochle cards
41. Trick-taking game played by three
42. Diamond sides
43. Baseball outfits
44. Halves of a golf course
45. Sharp dresser's standard?
46. Front and back, at Pebble Beach
47. Dressing extreme?
48. Tiger's front and back?
49. Best-dressed goal?
50. Golf course halves
51. Little League teams
52. Array just before an odometer reaches 100,000
53. Price enders, often
54. Yankees and Red Sox
55. Middling poker pair
56. Highest digits
57. Young muchacho
58. Punch-Out!! maker
59. Madre's boy
60. Fall sensation
61. Mythical eponym of element #41
62. Mujer's boys
63. Like William Henry Harrison, among U.S. presidents
64. Boastful mother of Greek myth
65. 1939 film banned in the Soviet Union
66. Dallas-Duluth dir.
67. Evening, to admen
68. Sundown, on a marquee
69. Long-running U.K. music mag
70. Popular U.K. mag
71. Aerosmith's compass on way home
72. About 1 o'clock, on a compass: abbr.
73. He famously said "I would have made a good pope"
74. More biting, in January
75. Sucker's reward?
76. Dressed to the ____
77. Sports' teams
78. Diamond numbers
79. What many prices end with
80. Low cards in pinochle
81. Mets, Muses, et al.
82. Muses and others
83. 5 Down et al.
84. Cubs and Cards
85. Golf-course halves
86. Athletic teams
87. Cards et al.
88. Rangers and Indians
89. Yankees and Mets
90. Enneads
91. Ball teams
92. Dressed to the _____
93. It's in the "I" column in bingo
94. Notable anniversary
95. Just above normal, in a sense
96. Expert in martial arts
97. Upside-down sixes
98. Go Fish request
99. 51-Across teams
100. Diamond groups
101. Dressed to the ___ (decked out)
102. 1998 has two
103. Rewards for good dives
104. Good "Dancing With the Stars" scores
105. WXY buttons
106. Good diving scores
107. WXY phone buttons
108. 1997 has two
109. Good gymnastic scores
110. Rushlike herb (5)
111. Wild cards in 'baseball' poker
112. Pirates, Cubs, Tigers, etc
113. Teams
114. Poker pair
115. "Go Fish" request
116. 1990 has two
117. Almost-perfect scores
118. Angels Giants etc.
119. Ball clubs
120. Baseball groups
121. Baseball squads casually
122. Baseball teams casually
123. Baseball teams.
124. Best-dressed goal? (5)
125. Braves and Indians.
126. Cards.
127. Casey and Mudville and Mets mates
128. Casting out ___ (arithmetic technique)
129. Casting out ___ (math procedure)
130. Certain poker pair
131. Certain teams.
132. Course halves
133. Deck quartet
134. Diamond complements
135. Diamond contingents
136. Digits ending many prices
137. Dressed to the --
138. Dressed to the ___.
139. Dressed-to figures
140. Dressing figures?
141. Ends of many prices
142. Fenway rosters e.g.
143. Front and back at Pebble Beach
144. Front and back at Augusta
145. Front and back at Pebble Beach
146. Front and back at a golf course
147. Front and back at the course
148. Front and back at the links
149. Good Olympic scores
150. Good gymnastics scores
151. Good scores in diving
152. Good scores in skating
153. Good scores on "The Gong Show"
154. Good talent show scores
155. Good not great Olympic scores
156. Great scores in Olympic diving
157. Groups in Sen.
158. Hatesphere "To the ___"
159. High Olympic scores
160. High cards in baccarat
161. High ratings on IMDb
162. High scores on the beam
163. Highest digits in Sudoku
164. Highest numbers in sudoku
165. Inverted sixes
166. Largest single digits
167. Last readout before an odometer rolls over
168. Last two numbers in many prices
169. Low euchre cards
170. Lowest cards in pinochle.
171. Lowest cards in pinochle
172. Lowest pinochle cards (5)
173. Mariner contingents
174. Meldable trumps in pinochle
175. Mets Muses et al.
176. Mets Padres et al.
177. Middle cards
178. Middle of 1997?
179. Motown groups dressed to them
180. Much of 1999?
181. Near-perfect Olympic scores
182. Near-perfect ratings
183. Nearly flawless bodies?
184. Nonets
185. Not quite face cards
186. Not-quite-perfect diving scores
187. Numerals.
188. Outfit goals?
189. Pair at the end of many price tags
190. Pair on Gretzky's back
191. Pair on Gretzky's jersey
192. Playing cards
193. Pocket poker pair called "Wayne Gretzky" (because of his jersey number)
194. Price enders often
195. Reds or Pirates
196. Repeated digits in a certain Beatles song
197. Shoe sizes.
198. Sixes at 180 degrees
199. Sixty-___ (engages in a sex act)
200. Some golf irons
201. Some jersey numbers
202. Spot cards.
203. Stereophonics "Step on My Old Size ___"
204. Stereophonics shoe "Size"
205. Striped yellow balls in a pool hall
206. Striped yellow balls in pool
207. Strong Olympic scores
208. Teams.
209. The two of 1997
210. They're casted out by arithmetic checkers
211. They're used in psychological pricing
212. Tigers and Cubs
213. Tigers Cubs etc.
214. To the ___ (one way to dress)
215. To the ___ (perfectly)
216. To the ___ (to the highest degree).
217. Twins and others.
218. Very good diving scores
219. Very good-looking people
220. WXYZ buttons
221. WXYZ phone buttons
222. What fills some full houses
223. What some dress to with "the"
224. Yankees Mets etc.
225. Indians and Pirates
226. This grid contains six of them
227. Stupe
228. Stop writing it on January 1 2000
229. El ____
230. Final inning usually
231. Office hours
232. Foolish fellow
233. Nincompoop
234. Boy from Castile
235. Japanese mercenary
236. Typical office hours
237. Gay decade
238. Like many a college sophomore
239. Jonah's destination
240. The Godfather composer Rota
241. Silly goose
242. Dumb bunny
243. Hombre, once
244. Bottom of the ___
245. Spanish boy
246. Curtain fabric
247. Masked assassin
248. Masked warrior
249. Weeper of myth
250. El ___ (weather phenomenon)
251. Like ___, all tears: Hamlet
252. Bite
253. Condo restriction
254. Former White House family
255. Silently greet
256. Wynken and Blynken's partner
257. Not yet final, legally
258. Long-running U.K. mag
259. Biblical Bob Seger System album?
260. El _____ (weather phenomenon)
261. Thatching palm
262. = ___
263. Part of a Yarborough, maybe, in bridge
264. Not quite 48-Across
265. Justice Scalia nickname
266. Rare birthday
267. See 16-Across
268. Chris Farley played a Beverly Hills one in a 1997 movie
269. Port south of Shanghai.
270. Boy: Spanish.
271. Ripe old age.
272. Ten points in pinochle.
273. Pirates, Cubs, Tigers, etc.
274. Right fielders, in baseball scoring.
275. Ruins on the Tigris.
276. Playing cards.
277. ___ fifty-five.
278. Extra golf hole.
279. Groups of players.
280. Shoes of a size for Clementine.
281. Amendment that legalized woman suffrage.
282. Enneagonal.
283. Orioles and Cardinals.
284. Fabulous city, now dust.
285. Soso golf score.
286. Prime numbers.
287. Tigers, Cubs, etc.
288. Featherhead.
289. One of the cardinals.
290. Yankees, Mets, etc.
291. Ishtar's city.
292. Ancient capital.
293. Muchacho.
294. Simpletons.
295. Ruins near Mosul.
296. Golfer's haven
297. Giants and Indians
298. Dodgers, Yanks, Giants
299. Groups of players
300. Shoes of a size for Clementine
301. Orioles and Cardinals
302. Spot cards
303. Cards
304. Lowest cards in pinochle
305. Diamond opponents
306. Tigers, Cubs, etc
307. Numerals
308. Yankees, Mets, etc
309. Angels, Giants, etc
310. Shoe sizes
311. To the ___ (to the highest degree)
312. Twins and others
313. Certain teams
314. Braves and Indians
315. Cards et al
316. Mets, Muses, et al