Tag: Los Angeles Angels

Fun with Numbers – My Top Twenty

The game of baseball revolves around numbers. Lots and lots of numbers.  Baseball players wear numbers on their uniforms their positions on the field are numbered in the scorers book and your section and seat have a number when you go to the ballpark.  All those numbers are just...
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Traveling to Dallas for Hall of Famer Vladimir Guerrero

I catch a non-stop American Airlines flight to Dallas today. I mention non-stop because direct flights are hard to come by out of Spokane, Washington. Why the trip to Dallas? It began with an Instagram post by the Texas Rangers. They were promoting a weekend to celebrate and honor...
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Public Speaking, Albert Pujols and Hall of Fame Weekend

I’m going to mix it up and combine a few topics for today’s blog. Let’s call it the mixing bowl edition, with a little of this and a dash of that. I had the opportunity to speak about my baseball blog this week, got to see the Machine, Albert...
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Are We In for a Sizzling Second Half?

The 2018 All Star Break is over and teams are back from the break. The second half of the season is here.  Baseball has rounded the corner heading towards the homestretch.  Going into the dog days of summer, we get to watch the battles for claiming a playoff spot. ...
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It’s Showtime by Shohei Ohtani in Anaheim

Shohei Ohtani is setting records less than two weeks into the Major League Baseball season. The 23-year-old who is playing his first season in America is doing the impossible.  After a lackluster spring training performance baseball has now taken notice and has begun comparing him to the greatest player...
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East Coast vs West Coast – which one is the best Coast?

I got wrapped up watching the MLB channel on Monday night.  Four west coast baseball games were being played, each with its own unique story line.  It amazes me that I’m able to watch them go back and forth between all four ballparks and stay updated on the action. ...
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