‘I am in Camden Yards and cannot leave': Baseball stadium locked down due to riots

Twitchy 4/25/2015

…If you managed to make it past the #FreddieGray protesters hurling bottles and food at police outside Oriole Park and into tonight’s game versus the Red Sox, it looks like you’ll be staying for a while…

 

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— Derek Dye (@voterdye) April 26, 2015

In America, you should generally […]

My Boy, Sweet Andrew

Orson Bean Breitbart.com Big Journalism 1 Mar 2013

…The New Yorker announced that it was going to publish a major piece on him and sent a female journalist to L.A.. I feared a hatchet job. After hanging out with him for ten days, she wrote a love letter.

As his fame spread, well known political […]

Baseball!

25 February 2011

Thanks to our “cheap as chips” subscription with MLB.com we’re able to listen to games online. This afternoon, it’s a close game between Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants. We don’t particularly follow this league, but we’re listening all the same! At this time of year it doesn’t matter if it’s our […]

For 26 new U.S. citizens, a grand start to their 4th of July

Richard C. Dujardin The Providence Journal 7/3/2010

PAWTUCKET — Fourteen-year-old Ian Nagbe admitted to feeling ecstatic.

It was late afternoon Friday, and Ian’s mother, Mapu Nagbe, a native of Liberia, was about to be naturalized as a U.S. citizen in a ceremony before the Pawsox game at McCoy Stadium.

Cheikhna Ndiaye, of Woonsocket, […]

Image of the day

20 June 2010 From the front page of the Drudge Report this evening:

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Quote of the day: two-for-one

10 June 2010

Our quote today is again from Professor Thomas Sowell’s recent article at Real Clear Politics,6/8/2010, “Random Thoughts on the Passing Scene”:

“…Umpire Jim Joyce, who publicly admitted that his wrong call cost pitcher Armando Galarraga a perfect game, and Galarraga himself both exhibited grace in the way they reacted to […]