Fathers often see themselves in their sons. Hoping the son can be what the father wanted but never became. While my dad was good at baseball, he played for recreation. 885 more words
Once, at an event I attended, a long time Dodgers’ pitcher, John Podres was “holding court.”
I knew what others were surprised about and it is one of many reasons that although Clayton Kershaw who “7 innings’d” a World Series opening game win last night (if anything talk Justin Turner and yet another essentially game winning home run, as L.A. 176 more words
One of the reasons I love baseball so much is because I love the history. I loved reading player biographies as a kid and learning about games I’d never get to see. 269 more words
The World Series is far from over but this has to be a sweet moment for Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw.
The multiple Cy Young award winner pitched a dominant game last night, striking out 10+ batters tying only one other Dodgers pitcher to do so in a World Series – the legendary Sandy Koufax. 149 more words