Monthly Archives: January 2013

Sibling rivalries and sibling teammates

Want a surefire way to make some money? Go find someone who knows little about football and bet them all the money in the world that Coach Harbaugh’s team will win the Super Bowl. For the first time, two brothers’ … Continue reading

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Yankees welcome back Jeter

The postseason is the worst possible time for a key player to get injured. The team obviously had a successful season or they would not be there, and all of a sudden one of the main reasons for that success … Continue reading

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No new members elected to Hall

The following is a conversation between my father and I from last week: Dad: “You hear who got into the baseball Hall of Fame?” Me: “No. Who? Biggio?” Dad: “Nope.” Me: “Piazza?” Dad: “uh uh.” Me: “It couldn’t have been … Continue reading

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The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg to screen at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum

The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg is scheduled to be shown at the Contemporary Jewish Museum at 2pm on Tuesday, March 5th. Admission to the screening and the museum on that day will be free because of CJM’s First … Continue reading

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Ruth’s German American identity

Words or phrases associated with Babe Ruth: The Bambino, The Sultan of Swat, the curse, 60 home runs in a season, 714 in his career, overweight, crude, the called shot. Words or phrases not commonly associated with Babe Ruth: Condemner … Continue reading

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