Monthly Archives: October 2016

Scorpions Struggling Early

Going into tonight’s game, the Scottsdale Scorpions, comprised of prospects from the Phillies, Mets, Yankees, Giants, and Angels of Anaheim are struggling with a record of 2 wins and 6 losses.   The big news seems to be that Tim … Continue reading

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Daybreak (Scottsdale Villa Mirage)

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The Third Presidential Debate

One final question, Mr. Trump.  Weren’t you overheard to be  singing, Putin made me rich? Lies.  Not true.  She’s a disaster; I’m what the American people are after.  I don’t know Putin, and even If I did I would never … Continue reading

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Tebowmania Still Alive in the AFL

If Tim Tebow had a chance of making it in pro football, it would only have been in the old AFL but that is long gone.  Instead he’s turned his fantasies to baseball’s AFL – the Arizona Fall League.  You … Continue reading

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One Year Passed

We had our conversations, and managed to see eye to eye in the living years.  But it’s still just a little bit tender, marking the time now in completion of the first year that he’s gone.  Though the Gregorian date … Continue reading

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Phils Phall League Update

Sunrise at the beautiful Scottsdale Villa Mirage.  Doesn’t get any better than this, except of course for combining the baseball human interest stories with gorgeous scenery.  Scenery is a tough word to rhyme, but I found one in Kingery, who … Continue reading

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The Tebow Shuffle

Gearing up for our trip to AZ to soak in what some are claiming is the best crop of AFL players assembled to date.  Naturally much of the spotlight in terms of media and fan attention is already being garnered … Continue reading

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Let the Games Begin!

The 25th year of the Arizona Fall League began on Tuesday night, with Tim Tebow drawing most of the headlines.  The normal attendance at these games is around 300 people, but the paid attendance was 912 for Tebow’s Scottsdale Scorpions … Continue reading

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg

I’m not someone who, at age 64, is nearly interchangeable with the 20-something version of himself.  The same holds true for the 80-something version of Notorious RBG who bears little likeness to her 30-something appearance as a Professor of Law at … Continue reading

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Scenes and Sounds of the Season …

From Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal:

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