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On This Day In Baseball History: July 12, 1998

On his way to a then record 70 homers St. Louis first basemen Mark McGwire joins Darrell Evans as the only two players to hit 40 homers in one year in each league. 18 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

Howdy Doody was almost a Yankee

A little Yankee trivia: Darrell Evans was drafted by the Yankees in 1966 as a 2nd Round pick, but did not sign.  I remember he was not an easy get: at various points, the Cubs, Tigers and Phillies drafted him but couldn’t get him to ink his contract.  189 more words

Recollections Of My Baseball Career

On This Day In Baseball History: May 7, 2014

Texas Rangers 35-year old third baseman Adrian Beltre becomes the fifth player in MLB history to hit 100 home runs for three different teams when he homers in a game against the Colorado Rockies. 48 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

The Six Seasons

We have tried to be diligent with writing a blog post every month, and although this post is now a month late, it is also right on time. 1,473 more words

MWM: A Past-Blast Worship Music Review (5)

This is an installment in the periodic Monday Worship Music series which looks at hymns and other topics related to worship music of the church.   376 more words


Yes Lord yes Lord yes yes Lord.

Well Nashville’s Gunnar Scott won my heart again tonight. Deacon was struggling and said he felt like Charlie Brown. He said Charlie Brown kept trying to kick that football and somebody kept taking it out from under him. 510 more words


4 Qualities of an Effective Church Musician

Personal Background

I was born into a musical family.  Both of my parents are music majors and church musicians.  My Dad has been a full-time Worship Pastor for over 30 years (although he’s gone through various titles through the decades – Minister of Music in the 80s, Worship Leader in the 90s, now Worship Pastor). 1,298 more words