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Now Writing For Empire Writes Back

Dear Friends and Readers,

I will no longer adding posts to Reflections On Baseball.

Instead, I’ve joined the staff of Empire Writes Back where I will continue to write about the sport I love, but also have exposure to a much wider audience. 40 more words

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YANKESS TO RELEASE A-ROD

According to a ESPN Report, Hal Steinbrenner, the principal owner of the New York Yankees, met privately with Alex Rodriguez before last nights loss to the Giants to discuss his possible release. 216 more words

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REFLECTIONS ON BASEBALL - A YEAR'S RECAP

Over the last year or so, I’ve managed to write nearly 250 pieces – some good, some not so good. Some widely read, some not read at all. 103 more words

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EXCUSE ME - JOSE REYES?????

What are the Mets thinking? Lightning in a bottle like last year with Cespedes? Don’t think so……how about getting a bit more creative than that, Sandy. 72 more words

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GOOD TIMES AT YANKEE STADIUM

My brother and I did something we haven’t done together since the days back in the late Fifties when our little league team made its annual excursion to Yankee Stadium…….and so on a warm and humid night we watched the Tigers and Justin Verlander halt the Yankees modest five game winning streak (leaving me to ask – why did Verlander have to remember who he is on  126 more words

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MUHAMMAD ALI - A THROWBACK LEGEND

While Muhammad Ali’s connections to baseball are minimal, his connection to the world of sports and the world in general are epic.

As one who grew up and was transformed as a teen in the Sixties, news of his passing hits me hard. 35 more words

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BASEBALL AND OUR NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

By coincidence or not, it is notable that three of our National Holidays fall within the baseball season. The first of these will be celebrated tomorrow to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice and died… 446 more words

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