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It Ain't Over Until....Oh, It's Over

We thought the season was over. We all kind of had a little let down. There was the team picnic at the end of the year. Talk of spending the rest of summer lounging and relaxing took over the conversation. The kids on our team, 11 year olds, began to talk about water parks, bikes, Wii, and other ways to spend their time. Parents talked about getting away for a few days of baseball tournament-free time with the family. The end had come, we had a great season, and we were done.

The benefit of sports

I'm assisting my friends in our youth baseball league with a benefit. One of the coaches for another team, in fact a rival team to ours, was seriously injured in a work accident. He has been in the hospital for the past two weeks and continues to work hard at recovery and recuperation.

"There's No Crying in Baseball"

I can watch just about any baseball movie there is. In fact, it doesn't even have to really be about baseball for me to enjoy it. One of my favorite baseball movies is "A League of their Own" in which a crotchety coach played by Tom Hanks bellows, "there's no crying in baseball."

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