I'm working on a project that will provide baseball, football, basketball, and history cards to kids in low-income neighborhoods. As a collector, and being around true collectors for most of my life, mail day makes most of us 40 to 60-year-olds feel like kids being handed the keys to the chocolate factory. And that's with … Continue reading The Foundation Project – Cards for Hope
Nicknamed "The Black Honus Wagner," Pop Lloyd gained the admiration of Wagner himself, and at the end of a game Wagner attended to watch Lloyd, Honus himself stated, "I am honored that they would name such a great player after me."
The Eagle asks for the co-operation of the law-abiding people of Bryan in protecting the Sabbath day against the violence of Sunday baseball. Excerpt - Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot April 14, 1913.
It's just as American as apple pie and the Tuskegee Airmen.
People are willing to pay $65 for the PPVs when these people fight. They are willing to buy $1000 nosebleed seats to watch them live. And here I am saying that every penny is worth it. You get two skilled warriors in a small cage with no shoes or weapons and only 4-ounce gloves and violence is bound to happen. That to me is 1000 times more exciting than watching a 60-minute football game that only has about 13 minutes of excitement or a 9 inning baseball game which is the 12th in 13 days for a team.
I love E-Dub, he will always be a friend but if this wasn't a case of self-defense, they need to bury him under the jail. Things like this always make me wonder that if I had been around, could this have not happened. There were some kids I grew up across the street from in Mansfield, TX named Brooks. They all turned out to be shit-bums as far as I know and I always wondered if I had stuck around, would it have turned out that way.