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Monday Sonnet: A Familiar Plight

In this series, I endeavor to capture the weekend’s action in the form of a sonnet. Shakespeare famously used this poetic form to express passionate feelings, often of love and lust, while I am using it to recap baseball games. Please don’t tell your high school English teacher.   A spirited comeback now in the […]

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Monday Sonnet: One More Dawn

In this series I endeavor to capture the weekend’s action in the form of a sonnet. Shakespeare famously used this poetic form to express passionate feelings, often of love and lust, while I am using it to recap baseball games. Please don’t tell your high school English teacher.   With Wild Card highs now nigh […]

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The Loss That Was Meant to Be

Following Friday night’s loss, Joe Girardi received a great deal of criticism for choosing not to review a Lonnie Chisenhall hit-by-pitch (chronicled in-depth here by Andrew Gargano), which led to a Francisco Lindor grand slam, which led to a Jay Bruce game-tying homer, which led to extra innings, which led to a Yan Gomes walk-off […]

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Monday Sonnet: The Eye of the Storm

In this series I endeavor to capture the weekend’s action in the form of a sonnet. Shakespeare famously used this poetic form to express passionate feelings, often of love and lust, while I am using it to recap baseball games. Please don’t tell your high school English teacher.   With a flicker of hope to […]

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Monday Sonnet: Sudsy Smiles

In this series, I endeavor to capture the weekend’s action in the form of a sonnet. Shakespeare famously used this poetic form to express passionate feelings, often of love and lust, while I am using it to recap baseball games. Please don’t tell your high school English teacher.   On clinching’s cusp in hostile northern […]

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Monday Sonnet: The Age of Didi

In this series I endeavor to capture the weekend’s action in the form of a sonnet. Shakespeare used this famous poetic form to express passionate feelings, often of love and lust, while I am using it to recap baseball games. Please don’t tell your high school English teacher.     The ace of late against […]