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December 25: Happy Birthday Sissy Spacek and Humphrey Bogart

There turn out to be quite a number of famous folks who were born on December 25.

Sissy Spacek is celebrating her 67th birthday today.  Interestingly, given one of her most famous roles, she was the homecoming queen of her high school.  1,568 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - December 25,2013


On December 25, 2013, I looked at the best players who were born on Christmas day.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – December 25, 2013

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - December 25, 2012

On Christmas 2012, I paid tribute to Rickey Henderson, who was born on December 25.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – December 25, 2012

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

In Memoriam: Baseball legend and anti-gun advocate Florence Henderson, 82

Florence Henderson, best known to the world as part of the famous Brady family, has passed away. She was 82.
As a part of the Brady family, she was part of a team that helped introduce the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, commonly known as the Brady Bill, which passed into law in 1993. 152 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - November 11, 2016

3,000 hits is still a cool milestone. But joining the 5,000 club might be even a bigger honor.

It is a by the numbers episode of… 38 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

The HoME 100: #20–11

Okay, we’ve finally reached the top-20, the elite of the elite, the inner circle, if you will. Today, you’re going to see ten of the twenty best players who ever stepped onto a diamond (and a few ESPN threw in there because their mainstream readers aren’t familiar with Oscar Charlton and Pete Alexander. 2,017 more words

The HoME 100

(my) Tom

I used to love the Who. I used to love grape Nerds, tight-rolling my jeans, and collecting Rickey Henderson baseball cards. I can’t necessarily pinpoint when my love affair with the Who lost its passion, but I’ll never forget their fourth album, 1969’s Tommy. 40 more words

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