To no noble end, Baseball Genres is a hapless gumbo of baseball-provoked poetry; short fiction; short, short fiction; prose narratives; and largely feckless combinations thereof — all, unfortunately, by Dayn Perry. Somehow, content from this site was once featured on the Best American Poetry blog. It is otherwise a hootenanny of futile efforts, just like the sign says.
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Apologies for reaching out to you. However, read your fact checking on the Commissioner and w anything I read I attempt to w no bias… Have to say, boy, would love to sit in the same room w the Commish and U as I’m not sure how he could or would respond to what u put forward….Very refreshing and thank u.
Hey, Rog. I appreciate the feedback, and thanks for reading. Be well.
I’m not sure how I came across it, but I just watched and read your extraordinary piece on Honus Wagner (2020). I was compelled to tell you how much I enjoyed it. I became a baseball fan in 1960 and frequently long for the game with which I grew up. You helped me realize that old-timers in ’60 probably longed for the game they’d known in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Historical enlightenment is always welcome in my world, so thanks for your work on Wagner. I’ll be pondering it for weeks.