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…

It Took a Lifetime

By: Daniel Foote On October 14, 1908, the Chicago Cubs clinched their second consecutive World Series title.  A mere 229 days later, George William Penley was born and so was a love affair with the Chicago Cubs.  You see, Mr. Penley was my grandfather (we called him “Poppa”, so you’ll forgive me for referring to…

Ty The Georgia Peach Cobb

For the die hard baseball fan, the history of the game is just as important as what is going on today.  League history, team history and especially the history of individual players is repeated and taught like math in school. The history of the game is fascinating but just like any piece of history, if…

Taking in a Game at Yankee Stadium

By: Stan Randolph A few weeks ago my wife and I were in New York City for a few days as part of an eleven day vacation through New England. Having been a baseball fan all of my life and a Yankee fan since the days of Mickey Mantle and reinforced with the addition of…