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Back in Town

The long weekend trip was a nice one although travelling with a one year old always makes things interesting. We got down to the Great American Ballpark in time to see the ninth inning of the first game (Reds lost), then stuck around for most of the second game (Reds won). The ballpark is a really nice one. We were sitting on the first base line about half way up the outfield. I got to see Adam Dunn and Ken Griffey both hit homers, and my son was having a blast.

Yesterday we went to King’s Island and once again, Devin did really well. He even stopped trying to pull his ear plugs out of his ears and was able to have some fun in the water park. Probably the funniest thing he did was when we put him into a kids ride (cars that go around in circles). He was having such a blast he was screaming and waving to everyone as he went around.

The drive home was uneventful, which was definitely a good thing. Now it’s back to reality. With quarter end at work, another Business of Baseball Report due for Wednesday over at the Hardball Times, and the fact that once again I’m behind on both the 1935 Tiger Diary and 1975 Reds Diary, I have to put my nose to the grindstone and get some work done this week.

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