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In the Strangest of Places, If You Look at it Right

Click to Enlarge – Photo by Kelly Gavin

By Phil Hecken

As we prepare to begin the MLB Season begin the portion of the National Pastime that begins in the United States for Opening Day Night … there were a couple of spring training games played Friday and Saturday in two unlikely places. At . . . → Read More: In the Strangest of Places, If You Look at it Right

Baseball Cathedrals, Volume II

By Phil Hecken

And now, for Volume II of “Baseball Cathedrals,” which details the wonderful twitter account (@MLBCathedrals) maintained by Mark Anderson. If you missed the first part, please click here. And if you haven’t already begun following that account, at least give it a look right now. You won’t be disappointed. Below, . . . → Read More: Baseball Cathedrals, Volume II

Baseball Cathedrals, Vol. I

By Phil Hecken

Several months ago, in the comments, a reader whom I can’t remember mentioned that @MLBCathedrals would be a great Twitter account to follow. I think, at the time, the account was just starting, since it had like 1,000 followers.

A couple months and 26,000+ followers later, it’s one of . . . → Read More: Baseball Cathedrals, Vol. I