Tag Archives: Syracuse Chiefs

You’re never too old to ask for an autograph

When I read that former Boston Red Sox pitcher Mike Timlin was due to appear at a minor-league baseball game in Syracuse, I knew I had to be there. Timlin, who played for the Syracuse Chiefs in the early 1990s … Continue reading

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Where have you gone, Jeff Bailey? I owe you one

Eight years ago during a professional baseball game, I made up for a fielding error I had committed earlier that season. OK, that’s misleading. I was a spectator in both cases, not a player. But redemption was mine, thanks to … Continue reading

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Team’s visit to children’s hospital is a big win after a bad loss

A professional baseball player whose team gets clobbered, yet shows up the next morning at a children’s hospital — I mean really shows up, doesn’t just phone it in —  is more than OK in my book. Ten players from the Syracuse … Continue reading

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