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  1. Tigers Baseball - My Enduring Friend

    by , 06-07-2009 at 10:34 PM
    (Posted a couple years ago for an MTS contest)

    Detroit Tigers Baseball has been my enduring friend.

    Back in early childhood, I first saw how Tigers baseball lived in my grandfather's heart. My King would enter the humble castle that was his living room, and sit down in front of the TV. I would keep Grandpa company, along with his spitoon, and sometimes his can of Black Label beer. I began to learn the game, as Mr. Kell gave what seemed like a never-ending introduction ...
  2. Retro Blog - Tigers 2007 Preview

    by , 06-07-2009 at 12:44 PM
    One more Myspace oldie:

    Detroit Tigers 2007 Preview
    Category: Sports

    It may be a bit early for this, but here's an overview of what we can expect from the 2007 Detroit Tigers. Without a doubt, the Tigers enjoyed a tremendous turnaround season, the World Series loss notwithstanding. Can the Tigers make another run in 2007? Let's examine next year's roster ....

    First Base:

    Identified recently as a position that needed an experienced ...
  3. Retro Blog - Some Political Frustrations

    by , 06-07-2009 at 12:41 PM
    Another old Myspace entry:

    Today’s ***** Session 9/30/07
    Category: News and Politics

    Today's ***** session will focus on people who feel they and/or their organization has all the answers. How does one church or one political party gain a complete monopoly on all knowledge of a particular subject? How do they manage to have all the answers, thus making everyone else wrong?

    To the best of my (limited) knowledge, only one person ever had all the ...
  4. Retro Blog - Tigers Prospect Review 11/06

    by , 06-07-2009 at 12:37 PM
    One of my old Myspace entries, it's always fun to look back and see what came to fruition since:

    Wednesday, November 29, 2006
    Detroit Tigers of the Future

    It's not easy to become a big league ballplayer, and even a top amateur player must prove himself by demonstrating his performance and perfecting his craft against tough competition. Each year all the big league teams get together and conduct a draft of all available high-school and college players. Some ...