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The Who Cares Pro Bowl

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By Phil Hecken

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Take Me Out To The Ball Park

By Phil Hecken

I’ve always been fascinated by the old baseball parks, especially the ones that were long gone before I was born. So many quirks, so much history — the ghosts of baseball past, if you will. Unlike today’s retro parks (which were, of course, inspired by the cathedrals of the past) . . . → Read More: Take Me Out To The Ball Park

Senior Citizens: The Boys of Winter

[Editor’s Note: Today we have an outstanding guest column from Kenn Tomasch, who’s taking a look back at little-noted chapter in baseball history. Enjoy. — PL]

By Kenn Tomasch

For a time 20 years ago, baseball season went into extra innings, and the boys of summer played deep into the winter.

In November . . . → Read More: Senior Citizens: The Boys of Winter

Uni Watch Field Trip: A Walk on the Wild’s Side

Meet Brent Proulx, assistant equipment manager for the Minnesota Wild and all-around swell guy, who was nice enough to give me and Phil a behind-the-scenes tour after Saturday night’s Wild/Blue Jackets game. He’s proudly holding one of the jersey-themed laundry bags he designed for the team’s players — an excellent example of how . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Field Trip: A Walk on the Wild’s Side