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On the Blog: It Hurts Being a Roughrider Fan
With the Canadian Football League season over for a month now, I am forced to reflect on a few things. Oh, how it hurts being a Saskatchewan Roughrider fan. But following the Riders does have its rewards: mainly the camaraderie. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, where I had all my schooling and first few jobs in Regina, I’ve been living in Ontario since 1976. Still a Rider fan, though. Once a Rider fan, always a Rider fan. .” Read the Rest HERE...
THE HARDLUCK 1962 LOS ANGELES DODGERS
The LA Dodgers—led by dual aces Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale—moved into their new 56,000-seat stadium in 1962. Despite a strong season, the Dodgers hit hard luck leading into the postseason, blowing a lead to the San Francisco Giants and facing them in a three-game playoff for the NL pennant. (Read the rest here)
Four Cool first basemen of the 1950s
One should be in the Hall of Fame, two others borderline.
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