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Posted on 08. Feb, 2013 by .

 
School Shooting Hit Close to Home

It is really starting to become “old hat.”  I am incredibly tired of seeing news notifications appear on the top of my Ipad informing me of another school shooting in this country.  I will promise you now, this article will not turn political or discuss gun control, that is not my style. Since that issue […]


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Posted on 22. Feb, 2012 by .

 
Georgia Tech Basketball Rebuilding For Sure

Last night I had the privilege of sitting courtside to watch the Clemson Tigers and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.  After watching my second live 40 minutes of Tech basketball, added with the other numerous minutes I have seen on TV, I am beginning to feel sorry for Head Basketball Coach Brian Gregory.  He just […]


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Posted on 20. Feb, 2012 by .

 
Luther Williams Field, Macon, Georgia

Over the weekend I got to spend a day at Luther Williams Baseball Field in Macon, Georgia.  Many of you are probably wondering why this is something that would excite me and cause me to share thoughts and pictures about it.  Luther Williams Field just happens to be the second oldest ball field in the […]


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Posted on 13. Oct, 2011 by .

 
Top Secret Recipe

I ask you all to please watch or DVR a TV show on every Friday night on CMT.  It is called Top Secret Recipe, and I have had the privilege of working on it for several weeks when my schedule away from the Braves allows.  I don’t want to give to many details out because […]


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Posted on 10. Aug, 2011 by .

 

Having off time from work I enjoy hitting the open road, driving to new places and checking out “things.”  The other day I made the drive, about an hour and a half, to Auburn University, home to the Tigers.  With some advice from my friend Kelly, who graduated from there, I took the rest upon […]


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Posted on 20. May, 2011 by .

 
Catching up with Enerio Del Rosario

It was almost a calendar year ago today that I proudly wrote an article about Enerio Del Rosario, the first player from any of my Dayton Dragons teams to make it to the Major Leagues. He appeared for the Cincinnati Reds before being designated for assignment and being traded to the Houston Astros late in […]


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Posted on 26. Apr, 2011 by .

 
Visit to the Rome Braves

 Last night I was able to fill one of my off days from working in baseball with one of my favorite passions, watching live baseball.  Most people want to stay far away from their line of work when they get some off time, but I embrace it and seek it out.  My buddy Lenny […]


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Posted on 14. Apr, 2011 by .

 
Bobby, Freddie and Myself

Before Opening Day at Turner Field, I got the chance to meet former Atlanta Braves Manager, and future Hall of Famer, Bobby Cox.  He was on hand to throw out the first pitch before the game.  Current manager Freddie Gonzalez caught the ball at home plate.  I was standing in the dugout talking with the […]


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Posted on 11. Apr, 2011 by .

 
My Cup of Coffee

For a guy that does not drink coffee, and cannot stand the taste of coffee flavored products, I have never wanted a cup so bad the last few years.  Being a member of the baseball community, a “cup of coffee” does not mean what it sounds like.  I know all you Seinfeld fans are thinking […]


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Posted on 08. Apr, 2011 by .

 
This Date in Baseball History…

On this date, April 8th, in 1974, Atlanta Braves Outfielder Hank Aaron belted his 715th career homer.  This home run broke Babe Ruth’s record for most HR’s All-Time in Major League Baseball History. Aaron hit the historic homer in Fulton County Stadium, which now stands as a parking lot across the street from Turner Field, […]


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“Youll have to learn before youre older, you cant hit the ball witht eh bat on your shoulder.”
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