Category Archives: Baseball

Colorado Springs Sky Sox vs. Tacoma Rainiers

Perseverance pays off. Our two previous attempts to see a Sky Sox game were unsuccessful—the first because of rain, the second because the field was in bad shape from rain the night before. As we walked out of the park … Continue reading

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The Game that Wasn’t

When we moved to Colorado Springs, I found out that the city is home to a Triple-A baseball team, the Colorado Springs Sky Sox. They’re affiliated with the Milwaukee Brewers. I’d never been to a Triple-A game, and of course … Continue reading

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Cubs vs. Rockies — Coors Field

Last January, when we were looking for houses with our realtor, he and I got to talking baseball. I mentioned that I planned on going to Coors Field when the Cubs were in town to see the Rockies, and he … Continue reading

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How I Almost Caused the Cubs to Lose the World Series

I have a confession to make. It was my fault the Indians scored those three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning in Game 7. I allowed myself to become overconfident. I know better. I began following baseball seriously … Continue reading

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The Cubs, Chicago and the Chair — Part Three

I headed back downtown. After a quick lunch at Panera, I walked to the Art Museum, then through Millennium Park to Navy Pier, then down the River Walk to the train station.

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