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A Cubs Fan’s Ode to the Cardinals’ Woes

I am a Cubs fan, and I love this time of year. October baseball, there’s truly nothing else like it.
Now, I know what you’re thinking. 899 more words

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Did You Know...

The Opening Day starting pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks in their inaugural baseball games as a major league franchise was Andy Benes.

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Cards have a history of losing ugly!

By Anton T Brinckwirth

Losing isn’t supposed to be pretty, but the Cardinals always seem to find a way to lose ugly.

In 1968, The Cards blew a 3-1 lead to the Detroit Tigers in World Series with Bob Gibson pitching Game 7… ouch! 332 more words

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Review: The Breathing Method


The Breathing Method by Stephen King

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“The club” has many rooms.  Some rooms you would like and others, not so much.  107 more words

Baseball History

Did You Know...

Bill Buckner was the first left-handed Chicago Cubs hitter to lead the league in doubles at the conclusion of a baseball season.  In 1981, Buckner led the NL with 35 doubles.

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Today In Baseball History -- October 13, 1971

The first night game in World Series history (game 4) was played in Pittsburgh on this day back in 1971.  The Pirates beat the Orioles 4-3 with Roberto Clemente going 3 for 4.  26 more words

“The Shot Heard ‘Round The World”

“The Shot Heard ‘Round The World”

On this day in 1951, a baseball moment transpired that would be considered one of the greatest game-changing home runs of all-time.  154 more words

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