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Sunday, June 22, 2014

Roll Tide Guy—Minor League Baseball

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One year ago on Round and Square (9 April 2012)—La Pensée Chinoise: Primitive Classification
Two years ago on Round and Square (9 April 2011)—Exilic Response: Introduction

[a] I'm Innocent...Roll Tide PD
I'm Innocent...
Roll Tide

But now that I have your attention, I want to tell you that (even though football—the 'merican kind—is my passion...Roll Tide...I like to watch a little minor-league baseball too.
[b] Offering RF

Alabama has four minor league baseball teams right now, and I like to go to games whenever I can (no really an option at the moment, any more than square dancing, quilting, or houseboat drifting is). Still, there are four solid Southern League teams, and they play at the Double-A level (not bad...only Triple-A and The Show are bigger).

We have the Birmingham Barons, the Huntsville Stars, the Mobile BayBears, and my favorites, the Montgomery Biscuits. Who ever heard of a team named "the biscuits." Gotta love that.

Go Biscuits, and...Roll Tide.
[c] Rolling RF
[Originally posted on June 22, 2014]

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