The best comic Wiley has ever done.
As I look out my office window at the two inches of snow in the yard and the 1F temperature (Ashland, VA, just north of Richmond), I’m reminded why I tolerate this time of year. Wednesday I drop by the Richmond Flying Squirrels (AA ball) office to talk about my block of season tickets for this year.
And that’s a well-known (at least to my generation) take-off of the Great Depression 1929-1932. Fifty years later, it was still a well known cliche.
Rocky: Likewise here. Harley’s and cats. My life in a nutshell. Add in the ol’ lady and it’s complete.
One of THE classic strips.
Catch the “Retail” comic strip (www.retailcomic.com). This is a definite tie in.
Wild Child, full of grace.Savior of the human race . . . .
No. Baseball does not need any changes. Not everything has to be hip and trendy.
Why not? There’s nothing in the rules that limits nominations to professional (or even performing amateur) athletes. The biggest problem will be looking up the guy’s name, and then getting it around to other people. Pros have a built in advantage that even the most tenuous sports follower has probably heard of them.