Tonight, FOX Sports Midwest again honors those men and women who are fighting to keep America free, who are fighting to allow us these luxuries of baseball and blogging and all the rest.
Aaron Hooks of Cards Diaspora checks in to remind us that watching a Matt Damon movie can be patriotic
As I have gotten older I appreciate the little things so much more because I now know they aren’t so little.
When trying to write about the military I simply cannot come up with the perfect words. There are no words powerful enough to describe the magnitude of respect I have for military personnel.
Where to even start when it comes to my thoughts on the military?
The service of our military personnel puts baseball and life in perspective.
Not everyone serves, but everyone is touched in one way or another by those that do or have: family, friends, neighbors, co-workers.
To go along with this event, this week I will highlight a commemorative baseball card set that also honors American heroes, the 1991 Topps Desert Shield set.
The terminology unnecessarily infiltrates baseball writing all the time. We write about how the team survived, about how a pitcher battled, about the hero with the walk-off hit.
The son of one of my best friends is about to be deployed with the Army in Afghanistan, and I know while this is a moment of pride for his family it also is a time of great concern.