Tag Archives: baseball

Color Blind Book Review: Breaking the Baseball Color Line Before Jackie Robinson

I’ve been putting most of my blogging energies into Cooking Chat, but I do want to get back into blogging here with some regularity.  A good place to start is with a quick book review of Color Blind: The Forgotten Team … Continue reading

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Cheering Big Papi and Mourning a Hamster

Our first 24 hours flying solo with Jodi away for a conference seemed to encapsulate the joys and trials of parenting pretty well. A few weeks ago, I noticed a tweet from the Mass. Public Health Association indicating it was … Continue reading

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Of Dads and Baseball

Baseball was always an important source of bonding between my Dad and me. I wrote this piece long before B’s first t-ball game…Interesting to re-read it now and think about how our boy has grown into a very serious baseball … Continue reading

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A Good Read for Red Sox Fans

Fenway 1912: The Birth of a Ballpark, a Championship Season, and Fenway’s Remarkable First Year by Glenn Stout is a great read for Red Sox fans as the old ballyard is readied for its historic 100th season. The account starts as … Continue reading

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Book Rec: The 25 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time

Baseball has been a powerful source of father-son bonding for me, on both sides of the equation. So it’s no wonder I’ve enjoyed reading through The 25 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time, by Len Berman, twice with my 6 year … Continue reading

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