I would put Fenway Park an unreachable #1 as the greatest place to see a sporting event, more than Wrigley and Lambeau. After those three, everything else is miles away. Continue reading Reminiscing about Fenway
Over the past year, when I am flying from here to there, I sometimes read “Baseball as the Road to … Continue reading Baseball and God. Go Cubs Go.
God, I love baseball. I know these days most people don’t. Its popularity is so far behind football that it’s … Continue reading I Love Baseball
Extremely tired, it was tough to wait until a little after midnight west coast time to see my dear Cubbies … Continue reading Taylor. Tucker. The Palace. Point Reyes. And the Cubbies.
I love to read. Ever since I was a kid learning how to speak English, I learned how to read English … Continue reading Learning to Read English before I Could Speak It
The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks played in the Super Bowl. I like Tom Brady, but I don’t like … Continue reading Fenway Park
This past Christmas Day, in between reaching out to family and friends, walking Taylor, writing, painting and watching movies, I settled … Continue reading Buckner, The Boston Red Sox, The 1986 World Series, Baseball and Benefitting Others
I wrote this two years ago, when I still lived in Chicago. And now that I am in California, the … Continue reading The Greatest Baseball Fan I Know: My Sister
I love my life. I’ll admit, it’s not often easy. Some days are worse than others. Some days are better … Continue reading A Few of My Favourite Things
Over thirty years after my love for baseball commenced, I finally attended a game at the hallowed grounds of Fenway … Continue reading And the Dream Continues… Fenway Park