Parents of Child Athletes Should Remember This

Your Child's Success

I coached my son’s little league team this past season. I had an awesome group of kids, some who were great ballplayers and some who had never played organized baseball. I’m happy to say that I didn’t have any issues with parents getting involved, complaining about my coaching or how the game was played. Sadly, I saw many parents (and coaches) on opposing teams that weren’t so luck. Far too often these days, parents take … Continue reading

Progressive Field – Baseball & Beer

Progressive Field - Day Game Outfield

It’s been a while since I’ve put together a Beer Shots post though that’s certainly not because I haven’t been taking them.  As I was going through my pics to be added to the site, I realized that I’ve got multiple shots from some of my favorites places – The Annex & The Winking Lizard immediately spring to mind.  With that being said, I made the decision to move away from my normal “one image per … Continue reading

Caught In A Drunk Canadian’s Loop

Cleveland Indians Opening Day 2012

As I do just about every year, last week I attended Opening Day for my beloved Cleveland Indians.  I managed to take one picture as I walked into the stadium.  If you’d like to see more, check out my post from last year.  Our seats were essentially the same and with the exception of Pip, so were the people. Once again, the Tribe managed to lose the opener, but this year they did it in … Continue reading

Baseball In The Summer

A Day Game From The Upper Deck

I’ve been a baseball fan for as long as I can remember.  There’s something special about going to the ballpark, seeing the green grass, grabbing a cold beer and watching the game. I haven’t been to too many games this year but those that I’ve been to have been glorious! Opening Day in Cleveland is nothing short of a city holiday.  For a city that’s been dragged through the mud for years it always brings … Continue reading