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Santiago Ulrich : el coraje hecho béisbol‏ (James Ulrich: courage made ​​baseball)

April 12, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Los accidentes en el bèisbol están a la orden del día y en muchos casos han significado el fin de carreras prometedoras. Casos como el de Bobby Thomson, Tony Conigliaro, Herb Score y muchos otros han ensombrecido el panorama de las Mayores en algún momento. En el bèisbol Venezolano han sucedido casos muy lamentables. Pese […]

In an Instant

November 17, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

What if you were known for one thing most of your life? What if that one thing was not favorable? That’s the story Ralph Branca tells in “A Moment in Time” with David Ritz. Read this book because: 1. Good or bad, baseball is one of life’s few constants. (Well, almost.) There’s nothing like the […]

Wildest Card Wednesday Looked Like Tournament Play!

September 29, 2011 by · 2 Comments 

Immediately, after Wildest Card Wednesday’s games had concluded, the folks at MLB Network and ESPN were saying that this was the greatest night of baseball in the game’s history. Now that we have a few hours’ perspective, it is clear that they were absolutely right. There has never been a night in which the numbers […]

The Duke’s-Eye View

March 7, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

This has been a tough winter for baseball Hall of Famers. Sparky Anderson died in November, the seemingly indestructible Bob Feller left us in December, and now Duke Snider is gone. I never got to meet Snider, which I’m told was my loss. But he was the protagonist in one of my favorite Hall of […]

Memories of the Shot Heard Round the World

August 18, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

I suspect everyone my age with an interest in baseball knows where they were when Bobby Thomson hit his historic home run in 1951.  I was in my 11th grade physics class at South High School in Denver.  I was an avid Brooklyn Dodger fan growing up and listened to part of the game on […]