Archive for March, 2019

RT @BaseballLit: A few final images from the 24th Annual @BaseballLit Conference winds down for another year. What a great event for @OttawaU! Thank you to Dr. Andy Hazucha for his tireless efforts in making the annual conference a success. https://t.co/USYeNvlzq6

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Vice president and curator of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum @RaymondDoswell presents his lecture titled “A Whirling Demon: Jackie Robinson Steals Home and History” during the @BaseballLit Conference at @OttawaU. #OttawaBaseballConf https://t.co/9Db7oxpYpM

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Philosophy instructor Justin Clarke of @OttawaU shares his thoughts on “Baseball & Solitude” as part of a series of talks on “Why Baseball Matters” during the afternoon breakout sessions of the @BaseballLit Conference. #OttawaBaseballConf https://t.co/cV0IRsRnP8

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Scenes from the afternoon activities at the @BaseballLit Conference on campus at @OttawaU. #OttawaBaseballConf https://t.co/BiXmkRRyJA

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Former @Royals outfielder Jim Eisenreich engages the audience during his afternoon keynote address at the @BaseballLit Conference on the @OttawaU campus. Eisenreich spoke about his lifelong love for the game of baseball, and his well-chronicled battle with Tourette Syndrome. https://t.co/RjBH3yEg7D

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Warren Tormey of @MTSUNews gives his talk titled “John McGraw’s 1919 Giants: Baseball’s Ultimate Rogues Gallery” as the morning breakout sessions wrap up at the @BaseballLit Conference on the campus of @OttawaU. https://t.co/FOB5NVPxo0

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Kristin Laurente, director of IT governance @LibraryCongress, presents “The Crowd Roars! Crowdsourcing Baseball History at the Library of Congress” during her @BaseballLit breakout session. https://t.co/xZ18yTPUfE

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Author David Miller shares excerpts and anecdotes from his book “I Was Born a Grown Man” during his @BaseballLit breakout session. His book chronicles the life of Negro Leagues baseball player Melvin “Buck” Duncan. https://t.co/k6BZ12JG7L

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Fantasy baseball was the subject of the session led by Andrew Jones and Matt Muilenburg of @UDubuque titled “Fantasy vs. (Accepting) Reality: How Fantasy Sports Have Replaced the Real Thing.” https://t.co/l33DAY6Ldv

March 30, 2019

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RT @BaseballLit: Dr. Eric Berg of @MacMurray1846 gives his talk titled “Jack Kerouac’s Love of the Game” during one of the morning breakout sessions. https://t.co/wQtIXidG7M

March 30, 2019

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