One of my earliest memories is of my dad inviting me to watch “an exciting show about Pirates and Giants.” I eagerly climbed up on the sofa next to him. . .to watch a baseball game. The soundtrack of my childhood held the crack of bats, baseball chatter and the satisfying smack of a caught… Read more »
Fenway Park opened April 20, 1912 making it one of the oldest ball parks in MLB. Pretty sure Audacity would have been a fan of the peanuts! Play Ball!
It’s an honor to host Wendy Shang today; I loved her latest book, How Home Looks Now. We got connected through our mutual editor and though we have yet to meet in real time and space, I know we would click. I mean, she’s a fabulous writer and she loves baseball! What else is there… Read more »
I just know Augusta Scattergood and I would’ve been best friends had we met as kids. We would’ve been the quiet ones, in the back of the room, trying to read our library books during math lessons. As it turned out, I met Augusta in person on one of the saddest days of my life…. Read more »