The Baseball Bloggess
T.S. Eliot said April is the cruelest month.
How did I get in this post?
Eliot didn’t mean baseball. If he had he would have said August. 593 more words
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The Baseball Sociologist
What do the symphony and baseball have to do with one another? Apparently, a lot. Glenn Donnellan is a violinist with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C. 81 more words
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Well now this is something you don’t see anymore. And some probably only saw it once, ever. For as bizarre of a game as baseball always is, it was even more strange in the 19th century. 169 more words
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On this date 65 years ago in 1951 at St. Louis’s Sportsman’s Park a pinch hitter by the name of Eddie Gaedel would step into the batter’s box for the St. 221 more words
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Baseball with Matt
Hey baseball fans!
The future is bright in the Bronx! Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge hit back-to-back home runs in their first major league at-bats on Saturday against the Rays, the first time that has ever happened in history. 329 more words
1 week, 6 days ago
It is 100 here again today. It is hot and humid and sticky. It is miserable.
If it is not 100 degrees where you are, I am both happy for you and a little annoyed that you deserve better weather than me. 481 more words
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“You always think you have one more hit in you.” ~ Alex Rodriguez
Sure, the 2016 season has and will see several retirements, some more heartbreaking than others: Adam LaRoche, Prince Fielder, Mark Teixeira, and David Ortiz. 669 more words
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