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Erin Go Bragh

It’s the second full day of spring and it snowed in the Bronx yesterday, huge flakes. The good news is it didn’t snow down here at World Cricket Central in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, which is obviously south of the snow … Continue reading

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Ready for Our Closeup, the World Cup, Spring, and Right Off the Bat Proof Has Arrived!

While co-writer Martin is basking in the sun at the vernal equinox, in Parts Unknown, I have finished my work on proof copy of Right Off the Bat. Mostly in spite of my efforts (such as they have been) the … Continue reading

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Wordsworth and Baseball

I’m going nuts. No real baseball yet. Only puny spring-training exhibition games. Players I never heard of going at it in Grapefruit League or Cactus League cities I’ve never been to. Along with William Wordsworth (in “Tintern Abbey”) let me … Continue reading

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The Cleveland Kafkaesque Indians

Franz Kafka‘s poor, more-acted-upon-than-acting, Gregor Samsa woke up one morning after a night of bad dreams to find he had been been turned into a giant crawling insect. I know how he feels. I woke up this morning to find … Continue reading

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What Have I Learned….

OK, so working on Right Off the Bat (It ought to have an exclamation mark there; we’ll talk to our publisher about it.) was not exactly a return to U of T (University of Toronto, during my year of apostasy … Continue reading

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