July 12, 2019
It’s all yours today…
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the link, if accurate is staggering and says a lot about where the Church is in today’s society…
it is, however, also a request for funds and i won’t be offended if it isn’t suitable for the open blog site and you remove it
Repost the link…it didn’t come through…
Hmm.. Michael, think i will send it to you via Email and let you decide..
Have to go fire up the Mac..
I think this is Em’s link…
Michael the miracle worker !
Thank you – better than what i’d found, i think
Was food for thought for me as i thought the dust up had been settled long ago …
There’s a seeming demonic hatred from some groups. .
Last night was pretty amazing here in Southern California. As many of you know a pitcher for the Angels, Tyler Skaggs, was found dead a few weeks ago. His untimely passing had a profound death on the team.
Yesterday was the Angels’ first home game since his passing. The team decided that all players wear their jerseys with Tyler’s number 45 on them as a tribute to Tyler and his family. The game was a memorial to his memory.
The game was won by the Angels 13-0 and the amazing thing is the team had two pitchers combine on a no hitter. What an absolutely perfect way for the game to turn out.
As the fans were on their feet at what they had just witnessed the players stayed on the field. Then one by one each player took off their jersey and placed it on the pitcher’s mound as the fans continued to cheer.
As a life long sports fan this was the most emotional moment I have experienced. What an incredible night!
That was an incredible game! And what a way to honor Tyler!
Erunnrr, i read about that… Very stirring – good to see that we aren’t completely overrun by prima donnas and out of control mobs
Dan From Georgia and Em, thanks for responding.
Lifelong Minnesota Twins fan here, but I ALWAYS appreciate great baseball and baseball stories!
I woke up this morning with all kinds of notifications on my phone about the game. I would have loved to watch a game like that, but here on the East Coast that would have meant staying up to somewhere probably around 1:30am. Maybe in my college days. 🙂
But I was happy to see that such an event had occurred.
Kevin, My brother is in North Carolina and is a huge Dodgers fan and has the same east coast problem as you. Hopefully you saw a recap. Growing old……. watcha gonna do? 🙂
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