Reusse: Nine traditions lost from bas...

Reusse: Nine traditions lost from baseball

There are 1 comment on the Star Tribune story from Jul 12, 2013, titled Reusse: Nine traditions lost from baseball. In it, Star Tribune reports that:

Baseball is a tradition-filled sport. But some are disappearing. A list of those should make oldtimers and youngsters alike smile at how the game once was.

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Chisox Dave

Sioux Falls, SD

#1 Jul 13, 2013
I miss goin to old Comiskey with my dad. I attended one of those Veeck doubleheaders and disco demolition, use to go looking for the averages of all White Sox players and how they fared in the field every Sunday, didn't score the games, remember the relief pitcher car, and thought Earl Weaver was the best manager ever. Plus, he made me laugh how mad he got, or appeared to get!

Thank you Mr Reusse for an excellent article.

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