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The Depression continues (1933)

1933 was a year of improvements for the Boston Braves. In fact, they had the best record since 1921. The Braves ended up over .500 with a record of 83-71. 109 more words

Boston Braves

This day in baseball: Comiskey Park is born

Ground broke on February 10, 1910 for the construction of Charles Comiskey’s new “Baseball Palace of the World,” located in Chicago at the corner of 35th Street and Shields Avenue.  79 more words

Baseball

I'm back and ready...

OK, it’s been much too long since I’ve attended to—or even thought about—this particular blog. With other writing tasks enough to fill up most mornings (when I write), I have been very neglectful of picking up where I left off on All Things White Sox. 376 more words

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Death Before Disco

I believe that the Disco Demolition was a religiously significant event.

Disco was a national embarrassment, by the time Steve Dahl buried it for good. Driven by television personalities, Disco had reached the limit of what the music could do, and what local television personalities could promote it to be. 93 more words

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