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Extra Innings - Part 28

This week Joe finds himself in a timeline that is the polar opposite of the one he was in before becoming his own grandfather. He starts to find that there is no perfect situation. 2,032 more words

Don Massenzio

Some Fresh Ideas To Solve The Extra Inning Problem

By Paul DISCLAFANI

I really wanted to hate the notion of putting two runners on base to start the 11th inning that happened in the World Baseball Classic. 1,124 more words

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Extra Innings - Part 27

Joe returned to 1952 and found himself in his grandfather’s body with his grandfather’s memories and experience. He wanted to stop his grandfather from turning state’s evidence on the small-time gangsters of the day hoping that the rift between the two families would vanish and positively affect his future. 1,735 more words

Don Massenzio

I Fell Asleep For The Good Of The Team


Final Score (in 16 innings): Mets 9, Marlins 8

I had dinner plans last night, and the restaurant had no TV. I figured I’d miss 80% of the game and occasionally tune out during the meal to get the game highlights on my phone. 705 more words

Bitch, bitch, bitch

Again I haven’t written for a while. I have to stop procrastinating and I will, maybe tomorrow. Spring is here and I have a lot of work around the house. 776 more words

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Rangers Blow Ninth-Inning Lead; Lose To Angels 6-5

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) – The Los Angeles Angels are getting into a habit they hope never ends.

Eight games into the season the Angels appear to have mastered the art of the comeback, rallying again Tuesday night with three runs in the ninth to tie the Texas Rangers before winning it 6-5 in the 10th on catcher Carlos Perez’s squeeze bunt. 596 more words

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Extra Innings - Part 26

This week’s installment is a bit weird in the realm of time travel. As we found out at the end of last week’s chapter, Joe has gone back in time to 1952, a time before he was born, and has assumed the identity of his own grandfather. 2,753 more words

Don Massenzio