The Real Heroes and Baseball

By: Summer Serrano In Aug of 2015 we got to have a wonderful baseball experience. My Great Great Uncle Raymond Chavez is the oldest Pearl Harbor survivor, he was 103 at the time. he served on the USS Condor and their mine sweeper was the first to see a periscope the morning of December 7,…

Best Baseball Baby Gift Ever

By: Shawnee For my husband’s (the 9inning Know It All) first Father’s day in 2012, I wanted to surprise him with a unique baseball gift, which also encompassed his new found dad-hood. So I did what any exhausted, sleep deprived, new mom would do – I scoured the internet for hours on end until I…

Confessions of a San Diego Padres Fan

By: Wayne McBrayer With the beginning of the baseball season, hope bubbles up in the hearts of baseball fans all over America. Fans young and old go to the ballpark and cheer for the home team, praying to the baseball gods that their team will win that day and have a successful year. Sadly, I…

Baseball Friends are Forever

By: Guest writer Justin Evans   I started autograph collecting at the age of 6 and have been nonstop since. I have never been the type of person to sell my autographs mainly because I feel like with each signature I have made a personal connection with that individual. Sure, collecting autographs is a great…