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I have been so far removed from new music lately. Like many things, I will blame the pandemic. The four of us have all been in the house together for going on 18 months now. Childcare & work means I don't get to put my headphones in and just work while exploring new music. I need to be able to hear for yells, cries, crashes, etc. A lack of commute is also severely cutting into my music time.
How have you all stayed current on music?
PS - I do know that Sturgill's new album dropped today.
This is up there with the perfect songs ever. I delude myself into thinking this would be something I could do at karaoke. (As I already mentioned, I can't sing for beans.)
For Papaw, who loved John Prine
I will admit, when this project started, I sat it out because I didn't figure I'd be interested. But, I was wrong in a big way. So, to get involved, I'm going to be running an expansion draft. Pretty much anyone not already claimed is fair game, and I'll be following the other rules set forth throughout the original draft.
To get started, I'm going to put forth my stadium and manager first, then I'll announce my starting fielders, my bench players, then my pitchers - I'm envisioning four posts in all.
I'm starting with stadium and manager because they're easiest, if I'm being honest. I just want to get something out there to get started.
I grew up in Indianapolis, visiting Bush Stadium since as long as I can remember. It's said its ivy walls were the inspiration for those at Wrigley. Above the main turnstiles, there were big murals of old Indians players who went on to the majors. It hosted not only the Indians, but the city's Negro Leagues teams as well. Looking back, the teepee in CF was way out-of-bounds, so that's out now that I'm in charge.
Mural pictures from Great American Baseball Trips
- 3 WS Apperances, 1 WS Title
- One of 7 managers with AL and NL pennant
- 3x manager of the year award winner
- 17th all-time in wins as manager
- World Baseball Classic title
- Could rock a pillbox hat