Monthly Archives: August 2014

Baseball Remains Alive in Queen City

Baseball is a dying sport in America, or so the pundits say.  I can’t say I really blame them as there is plenty of anecdotal evidence to support their claim.  According to an article published in The Wall Street Journal, participation in Little League Baseball has declined by 25% since 1996.  Those who are the guardians of the game have been wringing […]

Senior League World Series Combines Baseball and Culture

This past Saturday marked the conclusion of another successful Senior League World Series in Bangor.  As I reflect back on the week’s action, teams are headed back to their respective homes, some as near as Connecticut, while others travel nearly across to the globe to such far flung locals such as the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana […]