Hope Springs Eternal; Tales From Opening Day

Accolades for Hope Springs Eternal: Tales from Opening Day

@baseballisms You have reminded me of how great Opening Day was. Bravo!

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There is no better way to enjoy the passion and excitement that surrounds the game of baseball than to share it.  We hope that through this collection of Opening Day experiences, you feel the same joyous emotion that fills all hearts at the dawning of a new baseball season.

Enjoy!

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  • Bill Miller

    Hi Joe, I just read the entire “Tales From Opening Day” collection, (except mine, of course) and I think it turned out really well. Thanks so much for choosing to include my essay. I really enjoyed all the other essays, and the Tweets were cool, too. Thanks so much, Bill Miller (The On Deck Circle)

  • Rich letarte

    Joe,

    Nice job! I enjoyed it immensely. Following up on Halliday's no-no tonight, I couldn't hel p but think of where I was during Larson's no-no-no-no. I was at the news paper office, waiting for my papers so I could go out on my route. The trouble was: the boss had the radio on and we thirteen-year-olds were not leaving until the game was over or the no-hitter was broken up.

    Your next project?

    Rich Letarte

  • http://befluid.com joemagennis

    Hi Rich .. That's a great story about Larsen's Perfect Game!! We've been talking about soliciting our friends for a “Legendary Games” eBook. Maybe you could contribute that one?!

    As far as our next project, we are bookending 2010 with the World Series companion to this Opening Day book. Keep an eye out for it this winter.

    Great to hear from you!
    Joe

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