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17 years ago, Mike Piazza transformed the Mets

When then general manager Steve Phillips shipped Geoff Goetz, Preston Wilson and Ed Yarnall for Mike Piazza, the greatest hitting catcher in baseball history arrived in Queens, changing the outlook for an entire franchise. 10 more words

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That's Nacho Hat...

We had Tim and Mandy (legends) over for a visit and we spent Saturday showing them our local sites. We headed over to Greenwich for a stroll down the high street and to show them how the other half live. 623 more words

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Do I Start Another Blog?

Currently, I am writing a non-fiction book about baseball.

Part of me wants to keep all of content here on NotNowImWriting.  That includes research for non-fiction books and pieces of my fiction as well. 128 more words


Post one.

Hey all. So this is a little something we’re going to try. Some things will get written and then those things will be read and then we’ll go from there. 892 more words


Dodgers Hand Padres 3rd Straight Loss

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Andrew Cashner matched Zack Greinke pitch-for-pitch through six innings. The San Diego Padres just couldn’t deliver a victory.

Cashner allowed just an unearned run and five hits while striking out three and walking one for his first no-decision of the season in the Padres’ 2-1 loss Friday night. 381 more words


K-State falls in rematch with OU, finishes season


Greg Woods

KSU In Season Editor

After falling to two teams from Oklahoma in as many days, the K-State baseball team’s 2015 campaign is finished. 272 more words


Baseball: Is Division I bracket a Bear Market?

The Buchanan Bears have set the gold standard for Central Section Baseball over the past decade — the Bears can boast a national championship (2011) to any doubters. 1,378 more words