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Grenache Blanc has never been a favorite of mine. I’ve always found it a little flabby, slightly oily and lacking in the acid department. There is a special place in this universe however, called Terra Alta, Catalunya, where Garnatxa Blanca changes shape (is more fun to spell), and becomes a mineral, salty, slightly voluptuous little vixen that makes you understand why wine is a thing of place, and why we can thank our lucky stars somebody put it there. 311 more words
DENNIS ECKERSLEY, DONRUSS LEGENDS OF SUMMER, AUTOGRAPH CARD, LTD 61/100, 2003
BUY IT NOW – DENNIS ECKERSLEY, DONRUSS LEGENDS OF SUMMER, AUTOGRAPH CARD, LTD 61/100, 2003
The modern closer’s role can be traced directly back to Oakland, circa 1987. Then-A’s pitching coach Dave Duncan would love to say he had some grand plan for its creation, opening the door for 50-save seasons. 499 more words
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Winning never gets tiring.
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Rick Porcello can join some elite company Saturday night when he faces the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Boston Red Sox right-hander has a chance to earn his 22nd win of the season, which is an accomplishment 22 pitchers have reached in team history. 32 more words