Making Baseball Art

Last month I noticed friends on Facebook and Twitter posting some very interesting images. They were often profile pictures, but they weren’t photographs. Not exactly, anyway. They had the look of paintings in different artistic styles. They were using an iOS app called Prisma, and as an Android user I was a bit jealous. My … Continue reading Making Baseball Art

Span and Uggla: Rehabbing in Harrisburg

Tonight I was in Harrisburg for the Senators game against the Portland Seadogs, the AA-affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. Rehabbing with the Senators tonight where Denard Span and Dan Uggla. I decided late on Friday to attend this game. It was Steven Souza Jr. Bobblehead Night, and I mentioned last week that I was … Continue reading Span and Uggla: Rehabbing in Harrisburg

Two Days on the Island

The Washington Nationals’ Racing Presidents were coming to Harrisburg. Though my Harrisburg Senators ticket plan is for Sundays, earlier in the season I swapped out one of my tickets for the Saturday when the Racing Presidents would be on City Island. And, like last year, the appearance by the Presidents coincided with the annual Pink … Continue reading Two Days on the Island

Buying Harrisburg Senators Baseball Cards

Today I bought baseball cards. I was in Harrisburg today for the Senators game, and it was steamy — 90-plus degrees and 1500% humidity. I’m not exaggerating on the humidity. A sauna would have been less moist than City Island today. The Senators were playing the Trenton Thunder today. I noted on Twitter… The last … Continue reading Buying Harrisburg Senators Baseball Cards

The Bats Fall Silent: Baseball In Harrisburg, April 26

I was in Harrisburg today for the Senators game against the Reading Fightin’ Phils, the AA affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. I knew I would be missing Anthony Rendon as today was a day off from his rehab assignment, but I knew that I would likely see Brian Goodwin, a center field prospect working his … Continue reading The Bats Fall Silent: Baseball In Harrisburg, April 26

Signs of Natitude in Harrisburg

About a month ago, one of Harrisburg’s radio stations, the River 97.3, posted a question on their Facebook page that went something like this — what’s your happiest place on Earth? I was characteristically specific with my answer — “Section 303 Row 8 at Metro Bank Park.” The next morning, I got my Beetle, pulled … Continue reading Signs of Natitude in Harrisburg