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Come On Home by Brady Toops

I enjoy checking out new music and Noisetrade is one of the best online sources. Today I found Brady Toops there. He has 5 titles you can listen to and download. I loved his music and then found out he … Continue reading

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Jacques Barzun: His Writings Influenced My Teaching

My sister, Karen introduced me to Jacques Barzun on a summer vacation in 2001. She had picked up his book, From Dawn to Decadence: 500 Years of Western  Cultural Life 1500 to the Present at Bethany Bookstore and thought I … Continue reading

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On Loving Baseball and Some Baseball Book Suggestions

I love baseball. I always have. I have great memories of us playing baseball with all my cousins on my grandparent’s farm. The uncles would be helping us but really all the cousins were the stars. My grandparent’s would cheer … Continue reading

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MLB Playoffs

The regular season of Major League Baseball ended dramatically. As an Oriole fan I was thrilled we were able to play the spoiler. Though I look forward to a better season next year for my O’s, I am now watching … Continue reading

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Baseball Tragedy

I remember going to the Orioles ballgames with my family. The Junior Orioles provided families with special deals and we belonged. It was a special time for our family. My dad played ball with me and I remember him explaining … Continue reading

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South Carolina Wins College World Series

I love baseball and I lived in Columbia, South Carolina for 14 years. My niece graduated from the University of South Carolina. I still have own a house there and my dearest friends live there so I was thrilled that … Continue reading

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Don’t Waste Your Sports by C. J. Mahaney

My family enjoys sports. Growing up we would go to Oriole games and listen to the games on the radio. My mom still loves it when I turn on the ballgames. My brother played Little League. My little sister played … Continue reading

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