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    Where’s Grubby Glove? Here I Am!

    Posted: January 20, 2014 by Grubby Glove   -   6 Comments

    A short time ago one of my baseball cronies asked me where Grubby Glove had been hiding, and I must confess, he had a valid question. When I gave the question some thought, I realized I’ve been in plain sight, albeit in a related arena, all along. My off-season, baseball related activities have taken me deep into the world of baseball card trading, done with an eye on the ultimate prize, a Bryan Stow Awareness and Fundraising Event, or series of them, to be held during our still-young, new year.    Read more →

    Welcome To The Off Season

    Posted: November 3, 2013 by Grubby Glove   -   6 Comments

    And so it begins, that annual hiatus we baseball fans call the off-season. It brings with it the all-encompassing question, “now what?” A lot of people shift gears to football, basketball or ice hockey. Not me. I’m a baseball guy to the core and nothing else will do. And I’m happy to tell you that although the games have stopped, I have a variety of activities that will keep me plugged in including, watching baseball games on VHS and DVD, listening to podcasts, reading others’ blog posts, crafting my own and trading baseball cards. There’s so many things to do, I’ll may be busier with baseball now than I was during the just completed season.   Read more →

    Recalling Game 6 ~ Lots Of Them!

    Posted: October 31, 2013 by Grubby Glove   -   2 Comments

    As I sit down to write this post tonight’s World Series Game 6 between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox is just getting underway. Boston pitcher John Lackey has retired the side in the top of the first without incident. Cardinals rookie Michael Wacha has taken the mound as the drama moved to the bottom half. I’m paying attention to this game, for sure, but I’m thinking back as well, recalling other Game 6 dramas I’ve witnessed. I’m thankful I’ve have seen a great many.    Read more →

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