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  • Angels Win the West. Ho Hum.

    Elephants never forget.The “Los Angeles” Angels clinched the Western division last night, finally living up to their “potential” and bloated pay-roll. Read more

    The 18 September 2014 by   Gary
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  • Awareness Game #1

    I live in Pennsylvania but a growing number of people are moving to our country’s 51st state – the State of Oblivion. For a variety of reasons, people seem to b... Read more

    The 18 September 2014 by   Meachrm
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  • Angles for Pitchers When Covering First Base

    When pitchers practice covering first base during PFP (Pitchers Fielding Practice) drills, they often are instructed to take an ideal path and angle to first... Read more

    The 17 September 2014 by   Meachrm
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  • Babe Ruth’s Hall of Fame Speech

    “Thank you ladies and gentlemen. I hope some day that some of the young fellows coming into the game will know how it feels to be picked in the Hall of Fame. Read more

    The 16 September 2014 by   Precious Sanders
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  • We've Now Been New York For 3 1/2 Centuries

    Tomorrow night at The Caledonia Scottish Pub, the Special Category for Tuesday Night Trivia will be "New York City Trivia," seven questions about our beloved Bi... Read more

    The 15 September 2014 by   Theomnipotentq
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  • The Louder It Gets the Softer You Throw

    The title of today’s post is a phrase I heard Jamie Moyer say during a Phillies broadcast. It was a big moment late in the game and the hometown fans (the... Read more

    The 15 September 2014 by   Meachrm
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  • “Game Called,” by Grantland Rice

    I stumbled across this piece last night and fell in love with it instantly.  Grantland Rice, the man who wrote “Casey’s Revenge,” wrote this poem in 1910. Read more

    The 12 September 2014 by   Precious Sanders
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  • Old School is Becoming New School

    I’m told it was Bobby Knight who said “I’m so old school that I’m new school.” Although the Bobby Knights of the coaching world may never come back completely,... Read more

    The 11 September 2014 by   Meachrm
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  • Always and Forever Family

    As many of you who read my blog know, September 11th is the most sacred day of the year for me. It is a day that America was attacked on her shore by terrorists... Read more

    The 11 September 2014 by   Theomnipotentq
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  • Eric Chavez Retires, the A’s Are Really, Really Bad, and the Summer is Ending...

    battered, stained and sad.The A’s have continued their frustrating nose dive into oblivion, now only percentage points in front of the Mariners, and a half... Read more

    The 09 September 2014 by   Gary
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