Well, that didn’t take long. Yesterday afternoon, a few hours after I posted yesterday’s blog entry about the White Sox No. 13 Mystery Man with the “Gallagher” NOB at the 1983 MLB All-Star Game, the Twitter account @QuirkyResearch lived up to its name by cracking the case.
Yesterday we solved a longstanding uni-related MLB All-Star Game mystery. Today we have a new one to ponder!
Here’s the deal: As most of you probably know, the highlight of the 1983 All-Star Game, which was played at Comiskey Park in Chicago, was Angels outfielder Fred Lynn hitting the first grand slam in ASG . . . → Read More: Another MLB All-Star Game History Mystery
If not for the world going kablooey, the 2020 MLB All-Star Game would have been played today. That won’t be happening, of course, but it would be nice if we could have some sort of All-Star-related story for the occasion, right?
Happy Presidents Day! I was looking through NBA All-Star Game photos last night and cracked up when I came across this shot. An uncontested dunk with everyone basically standing around looking bored — that pretty well captures the All-Star spirit!