I researched and wrote a piece on former baseball player, Jim Bagby Jr. for Children’s Craniofacial Association. Hope this brings some Major League Baseball back for you, if for just one moment. If you have talked to me in the last few months, I have most likely annoyed you with this man’s pitching statistics, teams… Continue reading Adventures in Baseball Research: Jim Bagby Jr.
A major factor in the success of the 2013 #RedSox team was Farrell’s use of the AAA Pawtucket team, which that year was stocked. Farrell had his faults, but he did do that well in 2013. There was a consistent ebb and flow of guys going up to the bigs and down to the AAA… Continue reading Red Sox, Their Farm System, and Their Fate in 2018
My mind tells me everything has to be perfect all the time. I’m trying to stop listening. One area where I have had little success has been with my writing. I write for someone for pay, so that stuff actually, truly has to be perfect. Everything else, not so much…I write for me, for my… Continue reading Red Sox Baseball Saved Me In 2017
Hello…Yes..I am putting the FUN in fundraising. Fun follows me wherever I go. On Sunday I am taking a cycling class to benefit research and awareness on Ovarian Cancer I’m fundraising to support the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance (OCRFA). Will you please support me and my efforts with a donation? Please give what you can.… Continue reading “Fun”draising for Ovarian Cancer Research
I am part of a yet another new blog-venture in the wide world of sports. The website is aptly named Not Your Average Sports Chick. Alicia Seymour, originally from the East Coast, but currently on the West Coast, started the website. I responded to a post Alicia posted on Craigslist for writers. She thought my… Continue reading Not Your Average Sports Chick
There are nights I go to bed thinking “Tennis is the only thing I am good at.” There are mornings I only wake up because tennis is a part of my day. And while I know rationally, logically that tennis is not the only thing I am good at, I do derive most of… Continue reading Love for Life, Tennis, and Self
Please check out the relaunch of my blog that focuses on the Boston Red Sox minor league teams from Pawtucket to the Dominican Republic. I’ve decided to rename it Minor Threat. Thought it had a nice ring to it. What do you think? Hoping to get some traffic over there via my social media accounts,… Continue reading Blog Relaunch: Minor Threat
Check out a piece I wrote for Sports of Boston on Stuart Scott. Rest in Peace, Stu. I still cannot believe this giant is not walking among us. Remembering Stuart Scott
I am never on time for anything, so to be early felt down right strange. I did not know what to do with my self. I knew 7 other people would be joining me to go to the college basketball game I would be attending today. I was meeting the family as part of some… Continue reading I’m Proud of Myself, How Strange an Experience
I went to the Fenway Park open house today. It was great fun. You could just walk right in, as if you were a ticket holder on a game day. I had such a fun experience today. I felt like a child again, headed in there ready to root for my favorite players like Wade… Continue reading Happy Birthday Fenway Park!