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bleacherbummed:

Opening Night
August 8, 1988
The first ever night game in Wrigley Field
(by Mark 2400)

bleacherbummed:

Opening Night

August 8, 1988

The first ever night game in Wrigley Field

(by Mark 2400)

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"No baseball fan has to explain his mania to any other baseball fan. They are a fraternity. It is less easy, often it is hopeless, to try to explain it to anyone else. You grow technical, and you do not make sense. You grow sentimental, and you are deemed soft in the head. How, the benighted outsider asks you with no little condescension, can you grow sentimental about a cold-blooded professional sport?"

- John Hutchens (via despondent-damsel)

(Source: wisconsinforward, via theheliopause-deactivated201305)


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tagged as: #baseball #love of the game

(via nickhoss)

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bleacherbummed:

Opening Day, Wrigley Field, 1980 (by Jerry Pritikin)

bleacherbummed:

Opening Day, Wrigley Field, 1980 (by Jerry Pritikin)

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Perfect pictures of the perfect sport

(via responsibleforthiswaterbottle)

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baseball-heaven:

Marlins vs Cubs 4/18 (greenisosdadu)

baseball-heaven:

Marlins vs Cubs 4/18 (greenisosdadu)

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tagged as: #love of the game
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"Football is more popular, basketball is more marketable, hockey is more exciting, soccer means more throughout the world. But baseball has a way of making you think about everything that ever happened to you, every conversation you ever had, every place you ever lived, everything."

- Bill Simmons  (via kayakingupstream)

(Source: grantland.com, via heyrhe)


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