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  • “Clothespins,” by Stuart Dybek

    “Clothespins,” Stuart Dybek

    I like how this piece captures the imagination surrounding baseball in children.  And I love the detail — I can just visualize a boy with a bat, tossing up... Read more

    The 26 May 2016 by   Precious Sanders
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  • Fly Balls in a Twilight Sky

    Balls Twilight

    Now that summer weather is approaching, more night games will begin to be played around theTwilight baseball. A beautiful yet challenging sky for... Read more

    The 23 May 2016 by   Meachrm
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  • The Running Lane Rule

    Running Lane Rule

    The job of runners while running to first base is to stay within the two lines that go from half way down the line to the bag at first. I took the picture on th... Read more

    The 19 May 2016 by   Meachrm
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  • This Day in Baseball: Mark Twain’s Umbrella

    This Baseball: Mark Twain’s Umbrella

    On May 18, 1875, writer Samuel Clemens (a.k.a. Mark Twain) attended a game between the Boston Red Stockings and the Hartford Dark Blues. Read more

    The 18 May 2016 by   Precious Sanders
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  • The End of the Innocence. (not a Don Henley Reference!)

    Innocence. (not Henley Reference!)

    The great Ernie YoungAround 1993-1995 I completely lost interest in baseball. Being in my early 20’s my childhood interests waned, as they tend to do, and in... Read more

    The 15 May 2016 by   Gary
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  • A Hall of Fame Resume Keeps Growing

    Hall Fame Resume Keeps Growing

    The legend of the Big Papi added a new chapter on Saturday.David Ortiz saved the Red Sox' bacon for the upteenth time yesterday, as he tripled in the tying run... Read more

    The 15 May 2016 by   Theomnipotentq
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  • Whose Line?: Baseball Mound Scene

    Whose Line?: Baseball Mound Scene

    I watched a lot of Whose Line Is It Anyway? when I was in high school and college.  Honestly, it’s a shame that the show didn’t last (in it’s original, U.S.... Read more

    The 14 May 2016 by   Precious Sanders
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  • Ben Sheets Got Me Drunk.

    Sheets Drunk.

    Enabler.On January 26, 2010, Ben Sheets agreed to a one year, $10 million with an additional $2 million in incentives, contract with the Oakland Athletics. “Ok,... Read more

    The 13 May 2016 by   Gary
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  • A League of Their Own Reunion

    League Their Reunion

    Earlier this week, cast members from A League of Their Own got together for a little reunion baseball game.  The event was organized by Geena Davis, who played... Read more

    The 13 May 2016 by   Precious Sanders
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  • Can the Red Sox Play the A's More Often?

    Play More Often?

    That was one hell of a lopsided series. It was historic, too.The Red Sox hitters took the Oakland A's pitching staff out to the woodshed the last three... Read more

    The 12 May 2016 by   Theomnipotentq
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