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A Lot of Miles and A Little Baseball

As is often the case whenever Al and I travel together, we manage to find great ballparks and delicious barbecue joints. The former we found in Cannonsburg, Kentucky as we were heading to lunch. The Luther E. Craig Baseball Complex … Continue reading

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Bats, Bombers, and Bosse Field

To the Bat Factory! No, not the place where Bruce Wayne has his alter-ego’s accessories manufactured; I’m talking about the Hillerich & Bradsby Louisville Slugger factory where baseball bats are turned out by the thousands every year. My long-time road … Continue reading

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Bird Lovers World Series

My Divisional Series predictions did about as well as Detroit’s bullpen or Washington’s offense, but since the one I did get right was the Orioles, I’m happy. At this point, I’m predicting a bird lover’s World Series and here’s why: … Continue reading

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Spring Training Redux

As many of you know, Al Smith and I ventured to Florida for two weeks last year to take in Spring Training. Al enjoyed Florida so much that he and his wife Margo bought a house at The Villages and … Continue reading

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