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Summer Break

After some deliberation, I have decided that I’m going to take a break from blogging for the next couple of weeks.  My family and I will be moving into a new home across town the middle of next week, and we have a lot of packing to do.  Also, I am finishing up a small writing project, and doing some research (as time permits) for other future writing projects.

Meanwhile, I also think a two week break will help refresh me for more blogging in the future.  I do intend to try to continue reading the various blogs I’ve subscribed to, and I will be checking my email to keep up with those of you who I sometimes chat with.

In the meantime, let me leave you with this scene from one of my favorite baseball movies, “Bull Durham.”

Best Scenes From Baseball Movies: Part 2

Last Friday, as you probably remember, I embedded my third favorite scene from a baseball movie on this blog.  Tom Hanks’, “There’s No Crying in Baseball,” is an all-time classic.

Today, I offer you my second favorite scene from a baseball movie.  It is delivered by Kevin Costner’s character, Crash Davis, in the movie, “Bull Durham.”  The language is a bit strong, I suppose, but the sentiments are pure baseball.  The quality of the video, by the way, is mediocre, but it was the best I could find.

Next Friday, come back and view my Number #1 favorite scene from a baseball movie.  Meanwhile, have a good weekend.

So, without further ado, enjoy the video-clip below.

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