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Bunting alive, well in Dollywood


Not everyone thinks bunting is a lost art. (baseball.about.com) Those who believe the era of bunting in baseball is over haven’t met 90-year old Dorothy Juba of Park Ridge, N.J. Juba, an avid baseball fan and weekly bowler at Montvale Lanes, has no patience for those who say bunting will one day leave major-league baseball. “I can’t stand More...

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Wonder what this conflicted guy is thinking right now?
By Mike Viso On Thursday, October 31st, 2013

A Red Sox win from a Yankees fan’s point of view

Wonder what this conflicted guy is thinking right now? People love sports because it’s true reality. It has all the elements of intrigue mixed with human emotions — hate, love, joy, perseverance, drama, More...

Going, going, gone. (And that's just their hearing.)
By Shawn Paul Wood On Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

It’s not your grandpa’s baseball; well, for older fans, it is

Going, going, gone. (And that’s just their hearing.) Watching the 2013 World Series and being obsessed with what is being said about the game, I hear many pseudonyms: The Great Game, A Talking Sport, The Game More...

Good Ol' Days Syndrome
By R. Lincoln Harris On Thursday, October 24th, 2013

Let’s enjoy the game like it used to be — say, 1968 baseball

Good ol’ days syndrome. It’s amazing to think of all that the world didn’t have back in 1968. The Internet is probably the biggest example I consider, but I know there are thousands more. It’s More...

Source: Pittsburgh Post Gazette
By Shawn Paul Wood On Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

The Hit List: Top seven World Series matches ever

Red Sox and Cards. Who do you have for this classic? It’s time for another Fall Classic, kids. This one suits up the pretty boys from St. Louis and the bearded boys from Boston. It is going to be a great World More...

Courtesy: MLB.com
By Shawn Paul Wood On Monday, October 7th, 2013

The Hit List: Top 5 2013 MLB postseason storylines

What is the best storyline in the MLB postseason puzzle? The leaves are falling. The colors are changing. The ballparks are filling. It’s October, and with all due respect to Santa Claus and Andy Williams, More...

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