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Players of the Day: September 25th

I deeply apologize to any of my reader(s) for any pain that may have been caused by my absence yesterday. Luckily, Brad did a terrific job filling in for me and provided A++ #content to keep you all entertained while

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Players of the Day: September 17th

I’m going to be honest with you, reader(s). I didn’t watch the Braves game yesterday. I kept up with the score on my phone until I saw the Gnats take the lead, then I tuned it out altogether. A mediocre

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Players of the Day: September 12th

Gary Smith, while talking about life and the human condition on the Longform Podcast, said something I found to be absolutely brilliant. “Whenever you come up with one answer to something, you’ve been led astray.” While some may dismiss this

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Players of the Day: September 10th

Some of you may or may not be familiar with the 1973 film adaptation of the classic children’s book Charlotte’s Web. Alongside other classics like The Sandlot and Angels in the Outfield, this was a staple of my family’s movie selection when I was

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Braves Midseason Report

What an excruciatingly exciting season it’s been thus far. At what is colloquially referred to as the half-way point of the season, the Braves sit tied with the Nationals at the top of the NL East with the 8th best winning percentage

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Tunnels: An Introduction

In literature, tunnels are often associated with a dark journey. I know more about baseball and math than literature, though, so I’m not going to add anything else to that. I just wanted to make sure I checked off “introduction

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