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Pour L’amour du Baseball

Baseball wasn’t supposed to go this way for Phillippe Aumont. The bright lights and big-league glory were his calling card, that’s where he was to spend his playing days. Instead, he finds himself toeing the rubber in front of an intimate crowd at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park. All Aumont can do is keep doing […]

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A Sham of a Hall

Every year a hubbub is made about who is or isn’t getting inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. I get why, and I won’t try and be the contrarian arguing that I don’t care. I most certainly do care about certain players, coaches, and personalities getting their just due. That’s what matters the […]

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The Long Road Back

Baseball is full of players who amass interesting careers. Some accomplish a lot, some accomplish very little, and even others are simply ballplayers who never accomplish a single thing worth noting. Then there are the players who were once great but now are merely good. They are a rare breed, far more common are the […]