Wildcard Wednesday: “On Wednesdays I go shopping and have buttered scones for tea.”

Happy Wednesday, readers!


Just one… If you’re a fan of both the Cubs and LOST, this piece is required reading material. I absolutely love it.


Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gorzelanny welcomed their first child into the world a few days ago, a little boy. Ain’t that precious?

This Day In History:

-Miles Davis born, 1926

-Bobcat Goldthwait (actor from such classic films as “One Crazy Summer”) born, 1962

Chicago White Sox Ed Walsh no-hit the New York Highlanders, 8-1 in 5 inning game, 1907

-Ty Cobb became the first player in history to collect 1,000 extra-base hits, 1925

-The Golden Gate Bridge opened, 1937

-On this day in 1959, Pittsburgh pitcher Harvey Haddix recorded what is one of the greatest performances in the history of baseball.

NOTE: Don’t look for a post tomorrow. Well, you can look. But there won’t be one. I’m leaving for a mini baseball trip in Baltimore today. If you’d like to keep track of me, I’m sure I’ll be Twittering every minute detail.


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