Every Opening Day brings with it hope, for it indeed springs eternal on this day perhaps more than most. Hope had lost one hundred eight years in a row. With 88M people in the United States in 1908, as of 18 months ago, only 400 remained. As of last October, all of that changed. Continue reading Opening Day
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
I woke up to a dream this morning. I’d never been compelled to search for meaning in numbers before. “Da … Continue reading 22: A Midwinter Night’s Dream
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
There is something about the crack of a bat on the ball and the ball hitting a mitt that just … Continue reading Oriole Park at Camden Yards… My Love of Baseball
For many reasons, 1985 bothers me. While so many great things happened (I shaved for the first time, and as … Continue reading 2013 Dodgers/Cardinals NLCS. Down 2-0 Again… 1981 Revisited?