For the Cubs, a door closes and a conspiracy theory opens; poetry in wartime between pitchers and mascots; and a small career lost in service.
Kate rekindles some ballpark missed connections, Emma gazes at Michael Martinez and the Indians, while Trevor matches up Eric Young Jr. and destiny.
Jason shares the wealth, Matt shares the fate of an old friend, and Nathan reviews Baseball Highlights 2045.
A collection of poems of celebration, and an online auction one would rather never see.
A narrative poem about a diminuitive hero of the past, a polemic against the laziness of polemics, and a piece that reveals too much about one author’s financial status.
What does college poetry have to do with Stan Javier? Everything.
Dan Quisenberry’s book of poetry, published the year he died, says a lot about the man and the pitcher.