Your Annual Look At World Series' Past

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Well, even though the World Series has only three games in the books, this is the only weekend in which it’s being played (does anyone else miss the Sat/Sun – Tu/Wed/Thur — Sat/Sun format from a few years back?). So that means it’s time . . . → Read More: Your Annual Look At World Series’ Past

A Look At Some Old Time College Baseball

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Today we continue with some posts that I’d hoped to run during Paul’s August sabbatical, but just simply didn’t have time to get to. I think you’ll like this one — well, if you’re like me and you love old time photos, old time . . . → Read More: A Look At Some Old Time College Baseball

A Look At Some Quirky Baseball Stadia

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It’s been a while since I collaborated with my buddy Ron Bolton (seen here with me at a Mets game this past summer), who you guys probably know more famously for his twitter handle, @OTBaseballPhoto. Our most recent undertaking occurred over the summer, when . . . → Read More: A Look At Some Quirky Baseball Stadia

Baseball Artist Graig Kreindler Returns

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You fine readers may recall that back in August, while Paul was on his well-deserved uni-sabbatical, I ran an interview with Graig Kreindler, a tremendous artist who specializes in old-time baseball paintings, based off of photographs. If you’ll scroll down to the end of that article, you’ll . . . → Read More: Baseball Artist Graig Kreindler Returns