Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Leaving The Yaardsma/Pauley Unsure

I took a series of David Aardsma shots last April, and they turned out to be some of my favorite pictures of the year. Click above for the huge view. I always wanted to buy something autographed by Dutch Zwilling, and then have Aardsma sign it, so I could have the first and last guy, alphabetically, in baseball history, on the same item. Alas, it was nice having #1 on our team for awhile. In his place, we welcome Fabian. Yeah, I'm gonna call him just "Fabian," a la the former teen idol of the 1960s. We've also got some great Pulp Fiction possibilities--"you were looking in the mirror and you wish you had some pot?"

We'll never forget David Pauley's debut performance at Yankee Stadium. We wish the guy well. Above, a shot I got of him on the PawSox, playing at Fenway Park last August. Welcome Randor Bierd. David and David for Randor and Fabian, eh? I think we're just trying to liven things up a bit.

Watching the 1944 World Series film on MLB.tv. I hope they continue this old stuff into the regular season. I mean, you just don't see any of the 1944 all-St. Louis World Series, let alone a half hour special on it made back in the day.

MLB TV is now a regular daily stop for me...classic baseball moments presented in a classic way. What a welcome addition to the Comcast lineup...I wish they'd add a Hi-Def feed, though, but it's still terrific. And I know once the network gets settled, they will add that added dimension. It makes a huge difference.

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