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1. This is great.
2. I, too, anxiously await some good news as an auto-renewer.
For those still interested in voting from this year, my HoF ballot tracker is up to 286 known ballots, or more than 50% of the total vote: http://bit.ly/JAuJji
Looks like it's an earbuds in during class kind of morning.
Bought it. Love it.
That is ridiculously amazing news.
I managed to find a copy at my local library after reading Sam's piece, and am absolutely loving it. An updated edition is bound to be a smashing success, at least in the growing baseball nerdosphere.
Where did you find a copy!?
Sweet Jesus this was good.
This is like Christmas in December!
Happy 100, gents.
Great series, Ian! Those were three of the most exciting days of baseball (and baseball fandom) I've experienced. I loved getting to re-experience them from your crazy-cool "insider" perspective. Awesome insights...
Tears of joy for you and sadness for the rest of us. Thank you for the many (many) hours of entertainment and enlightenment, KG.
Go knock 'em dead.
This was glorious. Thank you.
As excited as I am for the start of the season, my enthusiasm is dampened knowing your spring missives to Patricia have come to an end.
And as an animal rights proponent (though not a PETA member), I found the Professor's recounting of the plight of the dog perfectly appropriate. Phoenix is, after all, the city equivalent of a factory farm. Perhaps the analogy doesn't hold with regard to cramped living quarters, but it certainly does in terms of overuse of pharmaceuticals and of general misery, human and otherwise. Do what you must, little pup.
Patricia is bringing out the best in you, Professor. Plus-plus diary entry. #want
Got my shipment notification this morning, but ordered the Kindle version anyway. Couldn't wait until Monday!
Thanks for doing these again, Joe!
"If paired with a revitalized roster, outreach like this should eventually do in Houston what it did in Tampa Bay."
So... Tampa Bay was 29th in baseball in attendance in 2011. They drew 600 more fans per game than my beloved Athletics, whose owners have all but begged us few remaining fans NOT to attend games until a move to San Jose is approved.
Yay! Thanks Colin.
A couple of words on the subject would be nice, even if those words are, "We've decided to remove a feature. Enjoy!"
Great to see PFM again!
Would be even greater to have holds and QS back, too. Thanks!
Your East Coast Bias is duly noted.
Congratulations, Professor! Off to a rollicking start.
I'll respond to this comment for $40.