Monthly Archives: October 2021

Javelinas Get Off the Schneid

We know that LHPs mature late, but Damon Jones may be taking that to an extreme. The lanky lefty was selected in the 18th round of the 2017 draft by the Phils, and turned the ripe old age of 27 … Continue reading

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The Javelinas O-fer Continues

Made it to our first Arizona Fall League game yesterday, in time to see the team on which the Phillies play (Peoria Javelinas) drop to 0-5 despite holding a lead for most of the game. I hadn’t previously seen the … Continue reading

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A Rough Start for the Javelinas

We haven’t been to an Arizona Fall League game yet, having just finished up at meeting in Scottsdale after a pre-trip to Sedona, nor have we missed much. Our Peoria Javelinas haven’t won a game yet in four tries, the … Continue reading

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Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art

What a gorgeous place in a gorgeous setting, Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art now celebrating its 25th year in Sedona. We passed by it numerous times on congested Route 179, until finally succumbing yesterday to the temptation to visit. … Continue reading

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Side Trip in Sedona

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Helplessly Hoping

Simply one of the most beautiful songs ever written, Stephen Stills takes full advantage of the range of CSNY’s harmony in Helplessly Hoping. It is the complexity of their harmony and the timing that makes covering this song such a … Continue reading

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Arizona Fall League Rosters Announced

The Rosters are finally out today, and as I surmised the other day, higher level prospects are going to the Fall League this year. Here are the Philadelphia Phillies heading to Arizona as part of the Peoria Javelinas club: Bryson … Continue reading

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The Arizona Fall League is Almost Upon Us

Like so much else in 2021, the Arizona Fall League holds promise of restoring some semblance of normalcy to society as compared to the lost year of 2020. Having been cancelled last year due to the “unprecedented” circumstances of COVID-19, … Continue reading

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