Tag Archives: baseball

Rub-a-dub-dub, I’m Done With the Tub . . .

. . . of Boots Poffenberger material that is. It’s taken me five months, but I’ve read virtually every clipping that fill scrapbooks and manila envelopes, that in turn fill a storage tub, about the life and career of one … Continue reading

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Why Baseball?

Old friend and newly retired (as of today!) Al Smith and I are headed to Spring Training one month from today! It’s the time of year when the days are getting noticeably longer, hope is increasing, and the annual question … Continue reading

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A Baseball Story About a Prince Not Named Fielder

Happy New Year to all! I did not expect to take so long in posting another entry, but then I didn’t expect Sarah to come down with pneumonia. And I was hoping not to come down with the flu with … Continue reading

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A Christmas Present For You!

I can’t think of a better present to give my friends and readers on this first day of winter, than a little slice of summer in the form of the 2011 New Market Rebels Highlight reel! Merry Christmas and Happy … Continue reading

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Albert Pujols is a Bargain

Read why I think that the Los Angeles Angels got a bargain by signing Albert Pujols for $250 million over 10 years at Seamheads.com

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