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Pearl Harbor Remembrance

On December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor.  We all know, or should know, the basic facts of this historic day exactly 73 years ago.  After all, as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt would proclaim, it was a date to be lived in “infamy.” Little known to most, FDR was originally scheduled to say it was a date in which “will live in world history,” but changed it at the last minute. Most baseball fans look at stats and define the career of a player based on … [Read More...]

Baseball Fans

Travelers Make our Trips Memorable

When most first-time travelers sign-up to take a baseball tour they do it because they want to see the different stadiums around country and do not want to have to worry about driving, traffic, parking, hotels, etc.  Although it's great to see the county, many of its cities, and ballparks, it's the people who make these tours so memorable. As usual, all of our over 100 customers on both trips last year were first-rate and made for two fabulous tours.  Dick Geier, his wife Rosalie Geier, … [Read More...]

1980s All Decade Team

All-Decade Team of the 1980s

This isn't your ordinary All-Decade Team of the 1980s.  That's too easy.  In this 10-year span, we needed eight position players, a starting pitcher, and a closer.  Instead of judging players by their body of work during the decade, we chose individual seasons and we could only have one representative per baseball season during this decade, as every year of the 1980s needed to be represented once and only once. 1980 – Third Base – George Brett, Kansas City Royals (.390, 24 HR, 118 RBI, 87 … [Read More...]

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