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November 28, 2007 A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization   VOLUME 2007 ISSUE 4  
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Museum Acquires Collection from MLB Historian
Haunted Baseball
You Never Forget Your First Game
Jack Quinlan
Visionary Chicago Baseball Museum
23rd Annual Cubs Convention
SoxFest 2008
Artist Draws on Baseball for Inspiration
The Final Season
Pitch & Hit Club
Harry Caray: Voice of the Fans
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by Rick Soisson

Aaron Rowand

Crystallized moment, upon thought –
The centerfielder breaks his face on the fence to steal a three-run triple –
Not as bad as Theismann’s leg, or Kendall’s foot, a piece
Of meat dangling at the end of his leg like a bad day at the butcher shop.
 
But bad.
 
So they called up The Dude to ask him about it.
The Dude had slept badly – that aching old, broken collarbone –
Another wall’s victim.  But still The Dude said, “Game on!”
This will be a good thing for the worst franchise ever –
 
If you’re willing to injure yourself in Philly, you will get some ink.
You could be a big star

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