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BASEBALL LINGO: WHAT THE EXPRESSIONS MEAN, HOW THEY GOT THAT WAY (Part II)

Reactions to Part I were so effusive, that Part II is here for your enjoyment. Reactions always welcomed.  THE WALKING MAN    Eddie Yost played nearly two decades in the major leagues. His lifetime batting average was only .254, but that didn't keep him off the bases. Yost coaxed pitchers into

REMEMBERING “ROBBY” (Part II)

Wonderful reactions to Part I, so here as we approach “Jackie Robinson Day” in Major League Baseball is Part II. Enjoy. Growing up Years Jerry and Mallie Robinson were impoverished sharecroppers who lived in Cairo, Georgia. Jerry deserted the family six months after Jackie was born in 1919. Mallie, strong, religious, family-oriented

Alzheimer’s Foundation: 5 Ways Baseball is a Home Run for Brain Health

NEW YORK (April 9, 2019)— Baseball is more than just the national pastime; it can also be a useful tool to exercise your brain. With baseball season in full swing, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is encouraging everyone to play ball. “Baseball stimulates cognitive functions, promotes social interaction and helps

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