Apparently every time a left handed batter is up, we are on TV.
There have been a lot of celebrity deaths lately but none have hit me as hard as this one. Dinger the home run dog of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans died last week. He was a great dog and it was always a pleasant experience to pet him whenever we went to a home game. He had a little area where he’d great fans and get his picture taken with little kids and it was always amazing how serene this dog was in the middle of all the chaos. His protege Deuce inherits the mantle now.
RIP Dinger. It’s always rough to say good bye to a good dog.
I talk about a very important change in my life; I play a song by the Sharp Things; I discuss net neutrality and market forces; I play a net neutrality protest song by The Broad Band; I play a song by the Gentle Readers; I talk about Myrtle Beach and baseball; I talk about reading for pleasure and why I am trying hard to reintroduce that into my life;
The Max Allan Collins detective character I could not remember the name of is “Nate Heller”.
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