Monday, April 5, 2010

Happy Opening Day!

From The Dugout

Dear Baseball Lovers of America,

We join today in holy matrimony as the impending 2010 season is now in full-swing (pun intended). The Red Sox started the Opening Day festivities well with a beating of the Yankees at the hollowed grounds of Fenway Park, proving once more that baseball CAN be exciting when you've got two teams passionate enough to make the game a battle.

As we go forth, know that there are 162 games in which we cannot predict any of the outcomes. Come together, root ... root ... roooot for those home teams, if they don't win it's a shame.

But it's one ... two ... three strikes, they're out, god how I love this darn ball game.

The following is a gift to you, from me, on this Opening Day 2010: Marla Lerner Tanenbaum provides an insider's look at the Nationals Dream Foundation Classic vs the Boston Red Sox held at Nationals Park on April 3 & some words of advice from Thomas and Billy Heywood (of Little Big League), much thanks to Gregory K. Pincus and his writing ability.

Play Ball,

Rachel Levitin

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