Apr 4 2007

Baseball’s Changing Ethnicity

Tomorrow at CGBB, I will begin a series about the changing climate of ethnicity in baseball. In the wake of globalization efforts, the decline of African-American participation, and the influx of international talent to the game, each part will focus on a different facet of the changing ethnic culture of baseball as we know it. [...]

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Mar 23 2007

MLB Team Outlooks

Over at CGBB, I have invited several guest bloggers to post season outlooks of the Major League Baseball teams they follow. So far, we have about half the teams covered and are looking for a few more who would be interested in contributing.
When you get a monent, visit CGBB and review some of the ‘07 [...]

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Mar 16 2007

SportSwag and the Trouble with College Hoops

Cap’nSwag here, with my first of hopefully many installments tackling the good, bad and ugly in sports.
I watched a few NCAA Tournament games yesterday and it’s officially official: College basketball can’t even hold a candle to the pros. I’m no longer even entertaining the argument. I used to get into it all the [...]

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Mar 1 2007

The Spring Training Story I’m Following

By now, I am sure most of you are saying, “What the heck is he blogging about? Who is Josh Hamilton and what is the story?”

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Feb 9 2007

Guest Post Opportunity

Are you getting Spring Fever? Do you have a favorite Major League Baseball team? If so, you may want to be a guest blogger over at Chad Gramling’s Baseball Blog (CGBB). Click here for the details.

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Feb 4 2007

Baseball in Fort Wayne is Here! – Sort of

If you know me at all, you know I have been anxiously awaiting publication of my first book; Baseball in Fort Wayne. Yesterday, an envelope from Arcadia Publishing was waiting for me. It contained my advance copy. Words cannot say how cool that is to me.
By the way, the book (Baseball in Fort Wayne) goes [...]

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Jan 28 2007

Baseball in Fort Wayne

As some of you may know, I have a book that is rapidly approaching its release date.

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Dec 9 2006

Pinstripes & Ponders

Many people are familiar with notification services like Bloglet. They’re nice because they allow readers of blogs to keep up-to-date with the latest posts at blogs they frequent. The same can be achieved with RSS feed readers too. But all these services are limited in their ability to deliver content (and sometimes their not the [...]

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