Posts Tagged with: Philadelphia

Lance Smith’s review Jun 02, 13 4 of 5 stars bookshelves: sports, own-a-copy, drama Read from May 28 to June 01, 2013 Rating: 4 of 5 stars (very good) Note: This is a change from my initial rating of three. While writing the full review, I realized that was low and adjusted accoringly. Review: An   

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http://savvybookwriters.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/interview-with-author-john-hoda/ Interview With Author John Hoda 31 MAY . Today’s author interview is with John Hoda, who wrote Phantasy Baseball, a story in which Joe’s picture-perfect marriage is crumbling, wrecked by his only child’s drug and alcohol abuse. His last days as a little league coach ends with a surprise at the sports banquet. Little   

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Saw a tweet today about a great baseball announcer making a great call on a game-winning come from behind inside the park home run. Yep Baseball is a boring game.

Father-son trips to the ballpark for an important game are priceless. The connection of baseball to generations is real. My dad took me to my first game at Connie Mack to see the Phillies play the Giants with Orlando Cepeda and Willie Mays. My son and I drive down to CBP for Saturday night and   

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When I wrote the scenario of two starting pitchers going down in the first month of the season I never expected that you would see Doc and the number five guy go down. Thankfully, both will come back this season. I took the real life event of “LC”, Larry Christenson breaking his leg on a   

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Reposting a blog about Opening Day. Explains why launching Phantasy Baseball last week was so important. Why MLB Opening Day Is the Best Kickoff Event in Sports http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1587136-why-mlb-opening-day-is-the-best-kickoff-event-in-sports