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Happy 4th of July friends!

Lenny Randle, my dear friend who I respect immensely for his work/dedication with kids!
My kids will join his roster next season as well

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When the Blue gets overruled!!
You're out baby !

Lou Piniella was traded by the Kansas City Royals with Ken Wright to the New York Yankees for Lindy McDaniel on December 7, 1973. Piniella says that trade turned out to be the greatest moment of his 18-year playing career. After he was dealt, Piniella couldn’t wait to get to Spring Training with the Yankees.
Lou Piniella arrived at camp with the Yankees in Ft. Lauderdale in 1974. He walked into the clubhouse on his first day and quickly realized there wasn’t a uniform in his locker. Anxious to get on the field and get started, Piniella asked Yankees equipment manager Pete Sheehy what was going on. Sheehy told Piniella that George Steinbrenner saw him walking in from the parking lot and said that Steinbrenner wanted to talk to Piniella in his office.
Piniella did as he was ordered and walked into Steinbrenner’s office. He introduced himself as one of the new players from Kansas City, and he told Steinbrenner how excited he was to be with the Yankees. There was a problem though. Steinbrenner told Piniella, “We’re happy to have you here, but your hair is too long.” The Yankees had a strict hair policy under George Steinbrenner, a policy that existed until Steinbrenner’s death in 2010. Piniella didn’t see the problem with long hair, so he decided to debate (no surprise, right?). He told Steinbrenner, “Our Lord Jesus Christ was the greatest person who ever lived and he had long hair.” Steinbrenner didn’t say a word, instead he just grabbed Piniella by the hand and walked him across the street to the Ft. Lauderdale swimming pool. Steinbrenner pointed at the pool and told Piniella, “If you can walk across that water, you can wear your hair any way you want to.”

Running the wrong way!

Fact: Jimmy Piersall celebrated his 100th home run by running the bases backwards.



Jimmy Piresall was eccentric to say the least; his life became the basis for the book & movie Fear Strikes Out, which chronicles his battle with bipolar disorder.

Some of Piersall's stunts include, walking up to bat wearing a Beatles wig, talking to the monument of Babe Ruth at Yankee Stadium, and climbing a grandstand roof to heckle an umpire.

The grandaddy of all his stunts occurred while playing for the Mets; in the fifth inning of a game against the Phillies, Piersall hit the 100th home run of his career, and promptly ran the bases in correct order...just facing backwards.

Needless to say, Mets manager Casey Stengel was not amused; Piersall was quickly given the pink slip.

Happy Fourth of July fellows !
Let's play Ball

The Oakland A's accounting department noticed the books were off $1 million. The GM asked Rickey Henderson about a $1 million bonus he had received and Rickey said instead of cashing it, he framed it and hung it on a wall at his house.

Fourteen players have hit four home runs in one game: Bobby Lowe, Ed Delahanty, Lou Gehrig, Chuck Klein, Pat Seerey, Gil Hodges, Joe Adcock, Rocky Colavito, Willie Mays, Mike Schmidt, Bob Horner, Mark Whiten, Mike Cameron and Shawn Green.

On July 15, 1973, the Angels' Nolan Ryan pitches his second career no-hitter (and his second of the season), a 6-0 shutout versus the Tigers in Detroit, with a major league record seventeen strikeouts in a no-hitter.

The "Ryan Express" was so on that day, Norm Cash came to the plate with two
outs in the ninth inning and resorts to using a piano leg to get a hit. Home plate
umpire Ron Luciano, nearly falling down laughing at this ruse, makes him use
a real bat. Cash flied out to left-field, ending the game!

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FATHER'S DAY IS COMING SOON!!

This coming month a new product will be available. We are launching the:
Maple Wood Watch!

Regrettably we are not offering all 30 teams and we apologize in advance if we deprive somebody of his/hers favorite team.
We assure you, though that in a very near future all 30 clubs will be featured .

Here a fun MLB Trivia :

Los Angeles third baseman Pedro Guerrero committed several hard-to-believe fielding errors during one game. This was during the same time that Dodgers' second baseman Steve Sax was undergoing his horrendous and well-publicized fielding slump in which he couldn't throw the most routine ball to first without trouble.

In the post-game meeting, Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda was at a loss with Guerrero. "What are you thinking out there," Lasorda asked.

"Two things," Guerrero said.

"What's the first thing?"

"God, don't let them hit the ball to me."

"And what's the other thing," Lasorda said.

"Don't let them hit the ball to (Steve) Sax."

Spring training has started.
Let's play ball !!!

The First New York Yankees Team

1903 New York Highlanders - Before the New York Yankees became a household name known worldwide thanks to legends like Ruth and Gehrig, they were called the Highlanders and not so well known. But they did still have some star power, especially the very first Yankees team in 1903, led by Hall of Famers Willie Keeler and Jack Chesbro.

Keeler, known for his famous motto "Keep your eye on the ball and hit 'em where they ain't" and sitting in bottom row and third from the right in this photo colorized by Don Stokes, and looking quite bored, led the team in hitting with a .313 batting average and also was tops in runs with 95. Chesbro won 21 games and threw for a 2.77 ERA to lead a pitching staff that included Jesse Tannehill (15-15, 3.27 ERA) and future Washington Senators owner Clark Griffith (14-11, 2.70 ERA).

But despite this limited star power the Highlanders, managed by Griffith, finished 4th in the American League with a 72-62 record and 21.5 games behind the Boston Americans. They also finished 7th in the league in attendance, averaging just 2,750 a game at their hastily-built Hilltop Park that stood in Manhattan and received its name, and the team it's nickname, from being located at top of a high ridge.

Here is the rest of the team in the photo:

Top Row L-R: Gus Dundon, Herman Long, Unknown, John Ganzel, Monte Beville, Dave Fultz, Jimmy Williams, Jack Chesbro and Lefty Davis.
Bottom Row L-R: Kid Elberfield, Ernie Courtney, Clark Griffith, Willie Keeler, Wid Conroy and Jesse Tannehill

Photo Colorized by Don Stokes

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Let's wait for Spring to come.

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The images of Nepal’s earthquake are incredibly disturbing, knowing that families are without shelter, without food and water with very limited medical supplies, it is simply frightening!!!
We cannot just think and feel just sorry about it, it is time for all of us to intervene and help !

We at MARON are donating 35% of our on line revenues to Red Cross !
A monthly post will show the amount donated.
We invite/encourage you to shop at www.maronent.com , considering that father’s day is approaching, buying one of our products for your dad will bring a lot of help to Nepal.

Thank you.

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TOGETHER WE CAN HELP

The images of Nepal’s earthquake are incredibly disturbing, knowing that families are without shelter, without food and water with very limited medical supplies, it is simply frightening!!!
We cannot just think and feel just sorry about it, it is time for all of us to intervene and help !

We at MARON are donating 35% of our on line revenues to Red Cross !
A monthly post will show the amount donated.
We invite/encourage you to shop at www.maronent.com , considering that father’s day is approaching, buying one of our products for your dad will bring a lot of help to Nepal.

Thank you.

Maron Team

P.S. Please share this within your network of Face Book friends

TOGETHER WE CAN HELP

The images of Nepal’s earthquake are incredibly disturbing, knowing that families are without shelter, without food and water with very limited medical supplies, we cannot just think and feel just sorry, it is time for all of us to intervene and help this cause.

We at MARON are donating 35% of our on line revenues to Red Cross !
We invite you to shop at www.maronent.com , considering that father’s day is approaching, buying one of our products for your special man will bring a lot of help to Nepal.

Thank you.

Maron Team

P.S. Please share this within your network of Face Book friends

Will the Phillies come out on top against the Cardinals this week? We can’t wait to find out!

How many players have hit two grand slams in a single game at their home field? #SundayTrivia

#DidYouKnow that Don Baylor played three consecutive World Series for three different teams?

But we sure do love that rush!

Who’s looking forward to the White Sox-Royals game later this week? We know we are! #GameDay

Only three players have hit home runs before they turned 20 and after they turned 40. Who are they?

#DidYouKnow that Hoyt Wilhem is most famous for hitting his first and only home run during the first at bat of his entire career?

There’s only one ingredient for success: Hard work.

We can’t wait for the Mariners-Dodgers game tonight. Who do you think will hit it out of the park? #GameDay

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#DidYouKNow that profesional baseball player Dock Ellis claimed to have been on LSD when he hit his no-hitter on June 12, 1970?

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MLB fans wanting to live stream games using new mobile apps like Meerkat app will strike out according to Bob Bowman, president of business and media for the league. Should fans be able to live stream portions of a game? #HotTopicTuesday

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