Phillies event benefits Tabernacle camp

Phillies event benefits Tabernacle camp
Courier-Post – Each packed box or bag was filled with memorabilia, autographed items and a few personal touches from the player. Special items, including Mystery Balls, baseballs autographed by members of the 2006 Phillies, were also part of the event

Antics of zealous fan have Uecker crying foul
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – Ladd showered Uecker with letters and items to autograph, including baseballs and trading cards from his playing days. Uecker signed some but then cut her off. Ladd began sending gifts to Miller Park, including teddy bears and commemorative quarters

Nagging kids as American as apple pie
Daytona Beach News-Journal – And no cleats in the hall, no action figures in the bathtub, no baseballs stuck behind the sofa cushions. The stairs would no longer be an obstacle course. My five-year-old daughter was another story. She got a tiny little allowance and couldn’t

The Ticker
Observer-Dispatch – The company, founded in 2004 by Pati Drumm Grady, makes Classic Baseball Shortbread cookies in the shape and size of baseballs, right down to the stitching. The crew will be filming at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, where Cooperstown Cookie Co

Area briefs
Daily News Transcript – Shonda, organized to fund ALS research and patient/caregiver services. In appreciation of their donation, customers receive a “STRIKE” paper baseball for $1.38 or an “OUT” paper baseball for $3.38. Donors can write their names on the paper baseballs

THE OPENING LINE
Las Vegas Sun – Actually, baseballs haven’t been made in Haiti since the late 1980s, when the regime of president Jean Claude Duvalier – aka Baby Doc – was deposed, causing social and economic unrest. Rawlings moved its baseball manufacturing business to Costa Rica

Kitsch and class: This pair wears it well
LA Times – The downstairs bathroom has a soft sculpture of a man caught with his pants down, and the office is lined with hundreds of baseballs and shoe-shaped snuffboxes, and a charming Henry Moore lithograph. Art? Kitsch? The Silvers don’t bother with that

And then there were 2
Battle Creek Enquirer – Once the seventh inning began, the only raining still going on was from baseballs spraying the outfield grass. The Bulls jumped ahead 11-7 before Rockville could even record their first out. Three pitchers later, and the Bulls had pulled ahead 20-7.

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