Web sites for the apocalypse

If the Internet died, which Web sites would you want to save?

Retrosheet (a database of US Major League Baseball statistics and box scores from 1871 to the present): The lives of countless baseball-stat geeks would be ruined without this valuable resource, a labor of love for fans attempting to catalog the entire numerical history of America's pastime. If not for Retrosheet, survivors of the apocalypse may have no idea that Honus Wagner batted .338 in 1897 at the age of 23 and was still striking base hits 20 years later. They're sure to remember the abnormally large cranium of Barry Bonds, though.

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