Monthly Archives: May 2014

WHEN THE GREATS FACED THE GREATS…..

Recently I was researching Babe Ruth, something I do every so often, and as I was doing so, I began to daydream and thought how great it would have been to see the Babe step in against Walter Johnson. And … Continue reading

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“If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands”? ~Milton Berle

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Happy Mother’s Day….. Louisville Slugger preparing the special bats used throughout Major League Baseball honoring moms on Mothers Day.  Celebrations honoring mothers date back to the times of ancient Greece and the Holy Roman Empire. However…

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Of Pink Bats, Pink Ribbons and Pink Bows…..

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Yesterday at Fenway Park, the Red Sox won their third straight game against the Cleveland Indians. The bats of Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Daniel Nava and Will Middlebrooks, led the offense while Daniel Bard had one of his better outings…

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LESTER REACHES RARIFIED RED SOX AIR…..

On Saturday Jon Lester added to his resume as one of the Boston Red Sox all time best left-handed pitchers, becoming the first Red Sox pitcher to punch out 15 hitters since Pedro struck out 17 Tampa Bay Devil Rays … Continue reading

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