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Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst
 
Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary

Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary

Originally published on BaseballdeWorld.com There was a lot of talk around the baseball world a little over a year ago when  documentary premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. No No: A Dockumentary was the film in question and was just recently added to Netflix. Before hearing of the film I knew just a little […]

Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk

Book Review: Wrigleyworld: A Season in Baseball’s Best Neighborhood by Kevin Kaduk

Wrigleyville is the well known area surrounding the ever popular summer spot of Wrigley Field. There are restaurants and bars and plenty of baseball fans to be found on a summer afternoon. Many baseball fans have wondered what it would be like living in the neighborhood surrounding Wrigley Field for a summer of baseball and […]

Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo

Book Review: Slouching Toward Fargo

On the cover it claims it is “A Two-Year Saga of Sinners and St. Paul Saints at the Bottom of the Bush Leagues with Bill Murray, Darryl Strawberry, Dakota Sadie and Me”. The book is Slouching Toward Fargo by Neal Karlen, and I enjoyed every bit of the book except the “Me” part. The book […]

Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond

Movie Review: The Emerald Diamond

What country won its first international baseball game against a country that no longer exist and the first player to get a hit in international play was born in another country? Ireland I have always been fascinated with baseball played in countries other than the USA. Sure it’s the same game, but at the same […]

Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst

Book Review: Out of My League by Dirk Hayhurst

Originally posted on BaseballdeWorld.com Former MLB pitcher Dirk Hayhurst made a splash in the book industry with his first best seller The Bullpen Gospels: Major League Dreams of a Minor League Veteran which talked about life in the minor leagues. Now he is back with his second best seller, Out of My League. Out of My League is […]

A Look at the Braves Season

A Look at the Braves Season

23 July 2011

As we near the trading deadline, the Braves lead the wildcard race by 5 games and trail the Phillies by only 4 games.  Now if you would have told me that at the beginning of the year, I would have thought 1 of two things happened. First, the Phillies hall of fame caliber pitching staff […]

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Some Ideas on a True Baseball Journey

Some Ideas on a True Baseball Journey

23 June 2011

I watched a great film the other day called A Map for Saturday. It’s a documentary about a guy made about backpacking around the world. I have always thought this would be a great thing to do, but for the longest time I felt I was too old now. I have since come to change […]

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Congratulations – Dallas Mavericks NBA Champions

Congratulations – Dallas Mavericks NBA Champions

19 June 2011

I normally don’t write about other sports on here because this is a baseball blog, but I am going to stray from the norm here. I first moved to Dallas in the mid 90’s. I had watched basketball all my life and played for a large portion of it. I grew up a huge fan […]

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Sign Stealing – Good or Bad?

Sign Stealing – Good or Bad?

18 June 2011

I came across an interesting article in ESPN.com the other day. Yorvit Torrealba was complaining about the New York Yankees stealing signs. In the 5th inning, Torrealba went to the mound and said something to Andruw Jones who was apparently stealing signs and notifying the hitter of locations from second base. Now it should be […]

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Bryce Harper Puckers Up to Pitcher

Bryce Harper Puckers Up to Pitcher

08 June 2011

Without a doubt, Bryce Harper is talented. But what happened on Monday night was a disgrace and the act of a douchebag. If he wants to be like Barry Bonds, hated by almost everyone, he is off to a good start. In the 6th inning of the game Monday, Harper hits a home run to […]

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Baseball Travel Plans for 2011

Baseball Travel Plans for 2011

31 May 2011

I have been debating for some time about where to travel this summer in order to see some baseball. Nothing is set in stone yet, because of my schedule at work being uncertain for later in the year. The options: 1. Late July / Early August – I am thinking of taking off to Taiwan […]

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Monday Mayhem – Minor League Brawl

30 May 2011

This fight is brought to you by the letters H and R as in HR. This is between the Lansing Lugnuts and the West Michigan Whitecaps. TrueTv does a great job showing the fight with some closeups and who gets hurt. Follow The Baseball Journeyman on Twitter or Facebook. And don’t forget to join our […]

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Interview: Birmingham Barons Clubhouse Manager Jeff Perro

Interview: Birmingham Barons Clubhouse Manager Jeff Perro

12 May 2011

Recently I had the opportunity to interview Jeff Perro who is the clubhouse manager for the Birmingham Barons. I have been following Jeff on Twitter (@MiLBClubbie) and through his blog, Inside the Clubhouse, for awhile now. He always has a lot of interesting stories to tell, so if you haven’t done so already, head on […]

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Way Back Wednesday – Favorite Uniforms

Way Back Wednesday – Favorite Uniforms

12 May 2011

There have been a lot of great uniforms over the years. One of my favorites is the old 1970s/80s Houston Astros “rainbow” uniforms. But with the recent introduction of the Pecos League, an independent baseball league located in New Mexico, I have a new favorite uniform. One of the new teams is called the Roswell […]

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Interview: UWF Argos Pitcher Philip Ebert

Interview: UWF Argos Pitcher Philip Ebert

10 May 2011

Recently I was able to have a chat with Philip Ebert, a pitcher with the #1 ranked West Florida Argonauts. Philip was an outfielder his first 3 years in school (1 was a red-shirt) and had now converted over to the pitching staff. Philip has been writing a popular blog throughout the season over at […]

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