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If the manager knows he is right, there is no reason not to challenge in the early innings, because he will then receive a fresh challengE>
I am just surprised that A.J couldn't make the top ten.
I would have liked to see two lists: fiction and non-fiction. It would have offered up a lot more books. Maybe even get Brittle Innings (fiction), The First Fireside Book of Baseball (fiction/non-fiction/poetry etc) and The Gashouse Gang(non-fiction).
Where's Hawks rant?
Where in Sam Jones do they fit?
BB Richard, Harry Chappas, Alan Bannister. These were exciting and inept players.
Dick Allen was the best right-handed hitter I ever saw. When he wanted to be he was at the top of the game.
Actually, the home of the World Series would be Pittsburgh or Boston
Six comments, and nothing about the White Sox.
Thanks, Christina for the usual superb analysis. Who would have thought, despite the one base at a time offense, that they would be shut out twice a month, that they could not win games while leading the league in quality starts, etc?
Two things not mentioned, 1) the bullpen disappeared in the second half, and 2) the defense was atrocious.
They do need to improve in the ouitfield (hopefully Quentin's production was all injury related and he can be cured. Rios, who knows?
We live in an age of visual bombardment and technological innovation, and baseball is the most visual of games.The pictures painted on the radio far outshine what the cameras bring when they are brought to you by people like Harry Kalas. As a young fan in fifties Philly is was the soothing interpretive voices of Byrum Saam, Gene Kelly and Claude Haring that first mesmerized me. Through their voices I could see Ganny Hamner inching towards the bag to take a pick-off throw, Richie Ashburn charging to take a blooped ball off the grass and try to use his not-so-strong arm tyo prevent a run. I left Philadelphia long before Kalas began his career, but would catch him intermittantly, and the pictures remained the same. Thank you, By, Gene, Richie, Harry. Thank you Ernie Harwell and Jimmy Dudley. Thank you Bob Elson. Thank you all. I miss your voices and your pictures and your unsurmountable love of the game.
I would attend any of the options, but the more affordable the better. The food available at the Terrace level is of a larger variety than in the regular stands.
How about Viciedo on the WSox?
Good to see this. Can someone please sit down with Robin Roberts and do the same. I am sure others have subjects for profiles as well.