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Filed under: Blogging — Rick Moran @ 6:26 am

Regular readers of this site may have noticed that there have been several posts recently on my beloveds, the Chicago White Sox, and their quest to break the 88-year record of championship futility for Chicago baseball teams.

While I will continue to post on other, less important subjects like war and peace, the Supreme Court nomination, the media, and liberal lunacy, until my White Sox are eliminated from World Series competition, I will be doing regular updates on the games, the players, and maybe a few thoughts on how all this relates to our society and culture. Playing a pastoral game in an urban setting has always been the great dichotomy of baseball and one of its big attractions. Of course, it doesn’t matter as much now and it has become fashionable to bash the sport for all of its many faults as well as the documented and sordid foibles of its players.

You may bash to your heart’s content. My love for the game on the field when played with the skill of Major League players will not be diminished. If you enjoyed baseball in your youth, I invite you to take this journey with me. If nothing else, it’ll be a nice change of pace from documenting the faults and foibles of the fools and knaves in Washington.


  1. Rick, With all due respect for your allegiance to the Chicago teams and the 88 year deficiency of championships for said teams, I must support another World Championship for the New York Yankees. The preceding statement will certainly elicit flames against all things “Yankee”, but, it is what it is.

    Comment by Matt — 10/3/2005 @ 7:29 am

  2. HA!

    No flames…let the games begin!

    Comment by Rick Moran — 10/3/2005 @ 7:30 am

  3. Rick, Very well stated. However, I have a clarification. I wasn’t expecting flames from you. The flames are expected mostly from the fans of that “major league baseball team” in Boston, Massachusetts.

    Comment by Matt — 10/3/2005 @ 7:58 am

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