I’d had a vague plan to go see the Glory Days exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York today. It’s been on my to-do list since before it opened and it’s right up (or, technically, across town from) my alley.
But then I learned Pedro Martinez would be starting in Cincinnati. That’s enough […]
An evening at Miller Park awaits, but Faith and Fear first stops outside to pay homage to dear, departed County Stadium, home to the 1957 World Champion Milwaukee Braves, an outfit that accomplished what the currently located Braves could not manage when called upon: defeat an unsavory New York unit in the World Series. Perhaps it […]
You never know in baseball. Ecstasy can follow agony can follow ecstasy, round and round, fast enough to make your head spin. You’ll go mad trying to make sense of it, so don’t even try. But I do know this: The Braves are a game over .500, 7.5 behind us and 6.5 back in […]