Dollar Dog Night at Progressive Field, Cleveland

Dollar Dog Night at Progressive Field, Cleveland

The first Native American pro baseball player was Louis Sockalexis. He was nicknamed “Chief,” the first of a long line of “Chiefs” in Major League ball. It’s interesting that Indians were allowed to be pro ball players while African Americans were banned. In fact more...

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Busch Stadium, St. Louis

Busch Stadium, St. Louis

"Foul Ball, Busch Stadium III, St. Louis" Busch Stadium, St. Louis I’m a little foggy on the exact details of the first ballgame I ever attended, but it was definitely at Busch Stadium in St Louis. Originally named “Sportsman’s Park”, it was in a densely populated...

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PNC Park, Pittsburgh

PNC Park, Pittsburgh

"PNC Park, Pittsburgh", 36" x 60", oil on canvas, 2014-17 TV moved into our suburban Boston home in the summer of 1960 when I was 7 years old. Early that fall I ran home from the bus stop to catch what was left of each World Series game. The Yankees were the Red Sox...

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