Tag Archives: New York Yankees

MLB Blog: Why’s This So Good?

By Katie Rosenblad In a feature on Game 2 of the 2002 World Series by Doug Miller I find many things that appeal to me. In the article Miller writes with such imagery to describe Angels’ pitcher Troy Percival’s (retired … Continue reading

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Getting a Sense of Friendly Neighborhood at Mulligan’s Pub

The latest Friendly Neighborhood adventure was unusual: find a public place to sit for one hour and take note of all of the sights, sounds, smells, textures and tastes, but avoid spending that time in a schoolyard, playground or someone’s … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: The Wall of Language

Major League Baseball interest me the best since and before I came to the U.S. Baseball is the most famous sports in my native country, Japan, and some Japanese baseball players are playing an active part in MLB. After the … Continue reading

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