Emotional Trip Down Memory Lane
About a year ago I wrote in my column about the arrival of a special gift from my catcher from back in the Babe Ruth League All-Star days. When Ron sent me the catcher’s mitt that he caught my no-hitter with it brought tears to my eyes.
George as in Steinbrenner
No matter what you thought of George Steinbrenner and his escapades over the years you’ll have to admit that baseball has lost one of the great owners of all time when the Yankee chief passed away.
A Full Childhood
Passaic General Hospital, the place where I was brought into this world; Passaic General Hospital where they should have a plaque with my name hanging in the emergency room for the record for the most visits in any category, Passaic General Hospital where I spent a good deal of the first half of my Junior year in High School, Passaic General Hospital a place that everyone in the area knew.
We lost Jimmy Piersall back on June 3rd, 2017. Some people might find it hard to believe, but Jimmy was one of my favorite players. I guess because Jimmy was not afraid to be Jimmy and as the movie title says, Fear Struck Out with Jimmy. Rest in peace. Here is a story that I had saved for a column but will give you a peek. It probably won't appear as a column so here it is:
Politics as Usual
The pandemic has caused many issues around the world and in the United States people are about to be evicted and landlords are struggling to keep their heads above water.
The Law of Attraction
As humans, we tend to dwell on the negative and forget to be grateful for the positive things in life. Have you ever wondered why some people are so successful in what they do and seem to be what we are calling it, being lucky? Well, luck has nothing to do with it.
Ghosts, Goblins, and Spirits
If you have not noticed there are a lot of paranormal shows on television. From Ghost Hunters to Sasquatch hunters, they all mention the paranormal.
It Must Be in the Water
It Must Be In the Water You never forget the town you grew up in and I certainly never will. The train tracks running down the middle of Main Avenue, the neighborhood kids I grew up with, the games we played, and the teachers we respected are what shaped us into what we are today.