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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 […]

Baseball Weekend in Seoul

Baseball Weekend in Seoul

08 May 2011

Friday night I headed up to Seoul for a baseball filled Saturday. I had met my friend Kihoon Jung via Twitter and Facebook about a year ago, but I never had the opportunity to meet him in person until this weekend. The plan was to see Kihoon play in 2 games with 2 different teams […]

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MLB to Expand Playoffs with Second Wild Card Team

MLB to Expand Playoffs with Second Wild Card Team

01 May 2011

So last week Uncle Bud announced that baseball will be adding another wild card to the playoffs after the new collective bargaining agreement is in place next season. Some people are advocating the wild card versus wild card round should be a one-game play-in to the Division Series. There are concerns that an additional 3 […]

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Way Back Wednesday: Bring Back The Baseball Bunch

Way Back Wednesday: Bring Back The Baseball Bunch

27 April 2011

What ever happened to the old 80’s kids shows like the Baseball Bunch? I didn’t grow up in the age of baseball on TV 24/7, but I had some good shows to look forward to as a kid. On Saturdays we could look forward to seeing shows like This Week In Baseball (TWIB) with the […]

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How much of a lesh should mouthy fans of teams like KC be given if any?

How much of a lesh should mouthy fans of teams like KC be given if any?

26 April 2011

Does not winning for a decade or two allow a team’s fans to have an outburst against another team’s fan with no recourse? I got a sarcastic and ill meaning tweet from a Royals fan last week after I posted jokingly that all the Rangers needed for a slumpbuster was to see some KC pitching. […]

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Manic Monday – Great Fight from the Past

Manic Monday – Great Fight from the Past

25 April 2011

This is an older fight, but one that most of us remember seeing on ESPN or the news. In this crazy world of baseball fights it seems nothing is off limits. Just look at what happened to Don Zimmer, but that’s a story for another day. This took place back in July of 2001. Feeling […]

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Minor League Games vs MLB Games

Minor League Games vs MLB Games

22 April 2011

I love baseball. It’s been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. I grew up cheering for Dale Murphy and the Atlanta Braves courtesy of TBS, and was hurt the day he was traded to Philly for Jeff Parrett. I celebrated in 1991 when we downed Pitt in the NLCS to […]

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Albert Pujols – Best Player Right Now?

Albert Pujols – Best Player Right Now?

21 April 2011

Albert Pujols is an amazing hitter. At only 31 years-old, Pujols has already reached elite status with some astounding stats. When you look at his worst year in the big leagues, it looks like the stat line of someone’s career year. In 2007, he only hit .327 (in 1 full seasons he only hit lower […]

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That’s the Way Baseball Go

That’s the Way Baseball Go

15 April 2011

When it comes to the Josh Hamilton situation, Rangers manager Ron Washington said it best when he said, “That’s the way baseball go.” There have been a lot of people trying to put blame on Dave Anderson, and some have put the blame on Josh Hamilton. I am not here to pass blame on anyone, […]

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Goodbye Manny!

Goodbye Manny!

11 April 2011

This past week Manny Ramirez retired from baseball. He did so not because he felt he could no longer help his team, but because he tested positive yet again for steroids or PEDs (performance enhancing drugs). He would have been the first player to test positive twice for PEDs, although Neifi Perez did test positive […]

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Way Back Wednesday – Who would You Invite to Dinner?

Way Back Wednesday – Who would You Invite to Dinner?

06 April 2011

Just prior to flying back to South Korea I watched a couple documentaries that included Bill “Spaceman” Lee going to Cuba on baseball trips in Spaceman: A Baseball Odyssey and Gift of the Game. Bill Lee is quite a character, and I thought it would be interesting to sit down to dinner with him one […]

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There are three things in my life which I really love: God, my family, and baseball. The only problem - once baseball season starts, I change the order around a bit. ~Al Gallagher, 1971

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