Tag: baseball memories

Phil Hutcheon

Where Triples Go to Die

Bring Back the Troughs! Book excerpt – Wade wondered who it was that Josh Jackson needed to visit in Stockton but didn’t press for details

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Rich Turner

A Good Game of Catch

As Spring arrives we begin reaching for those garments that have been gathering closet dust all winter. At least a few among us rejoice at

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Howard Lachtman

Seventh Inning Stretch

Memories of a Nostalgic Fan Inning One: The Proper Way To Catch a Fly In 1958, the New York Giants came west to adopt a

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Howard Lachtman

What Baseball Means to Me

One in a series honoring Spring, and with it, the opening of baseball season. What did Yogi Berra say was the secret of baseball? Who

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Phil Hutcheon

Where Triples Go to Die

Novel Excerpt, Chapter 20 Editor’s note – In celebration of the arrival of Spring and baseball, local author, Phil Hutcheon, has graciously allowed SoundingsMag permission

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Phil Hutcheon

What Baseball Means to Me

One in a series honoring Spring, and with it, the opening of baseball season. The most meaningful impact that baseball has had in my life

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Cyndy Green

Those Hot Summer Nights

What Baseball Means to Me One in a series honoring Spring, and with it, the opening of baseball season. “To me, baseball has always been

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Cyndy Green

Stockton Ports

Planning for Safe and Fun Season of Baseball One in a series honoring Spring and the opening of baseball season. Cyndy Green’s conversation with Pat

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