Tells me all I need to know

About a year and a half ago, I went on a tour of the Louisville Slugger bat factory in (where else?) Louisville, Kentucky. I’ve written about it briefly here, but it’s well worth a visit if you find yourself anywhere near Louisville. Consider that before the company came along, batters would hold things like tableContinue reading “Tells me all I need to know”

An innovative design

I promised more about Jose Cardenal in an earlier post, and here it is. The Louisville Slugger factory and museum is quite an interesting place. For starters, there is a Walk of Fame type of sidewalk display on the streets surrounding it, where you can see home-plate shaped plaques with different players’ names on them.Continue reading “An innovative design”

A strange but exciting feeling

As Mel Allen used to say, “How about that?” It turns out that Major League Baseball decided to include my humble little blog on its MLBlogs page. I just about had a heart attack when I saw my picture splashed across their web page. But I’m not complaining about it one bit, thank you veryContinue reading “A strange but exciting feeling”