Thanks for the replies ... the baseball card shop unfortunately closed just two weeks ago. Nathan Trosky, one of Hal's grandkids, ran a baseball school out of the shop, which even had a batting cage. Nathan's dad cuts hair next door. I play in a softball league nearby in Big Sur, and three Troskys play in it. Nathan, by the way, is also a country-rock singer-songwriter who wrote a tune about Jackie Robinson that was played in many major league parks (along with a video) during last season's 60th anniversary celebration of Robinson breaking the color barrier ...
Thanks for the update. I was there last May and I remember the batting cage. Sorry to hear it closed but it's good to know that if WOY's Mom ever needs her hair done.....
I'm up in Monterey 3-4 times per year.
Hi everybody, new to the site. I Grew up in Cincinnati but I live in New York now.
Thanks, i actually have tickets to see the Reds in Yankee this year.
Hey everybody, new to posting on the site, but I have been reading threads for a while now. I am a 20 year old from Zanesville, Ohio and have been to every Opening Day for as long as I can remember.
WE DON'T, WE DON'T, WE DON'T MESS AROUND HEY!
to the forum.
-LTlabnerIf you can't build a winning team with that core a fire-sale isn't the solution. Selling the franchise, moving them to Nashville and converting GABP into a used car lot is.
Hello everyone I'm the Weasle I been a huge Reds fan since I"ve been alive. I read this sight since it started but never posted or anything so this is very exciting to me. So I just wanted to say Hi to everyone and wish the Reds well this year.