I’m spending my summer working for the Palm Springs Power, a collegiate ballclub in the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League, so my blogging will be for them at The Sports Disconnection” over at ClaremontSportsConnection.com. So, if you really actually have any sort of positive feeling toward all these words I scribble down all the time, feel free to check out my writing at those other locales.
It was the first week of December 2008 when Conor and I were chatting on the phone, jokingly, about a blog. At some point I facebooked him a bunch of stupid blog names: The Posada Pit, Jetertopia, The Bubba Crosby Blog, and-of course-6 pound 8 ounce baby Joba.
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