Monthly Archives: July 2010

Everybody Was Kung-Fu Fighting

With the trade deadline looming, there has been some discussion in the stands that the Arizona Diamondbacks are in desperate need to make some changes to position the team to return to their winning ways. While all the focus in … Continue reading


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Is There Anything Worse Than a Wedgie?

Perhaps the one word in the English language that will make an average adult cringe and shudder is “wedgie”. At one point or another in everyone’s life they have experienced the “wedgie”. For those who are not from this planet … Continue reading


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Signs From Above

In what has become a pre-game tradition the Diamondbacks Legends emerged from the visitor’s bullpen and walked the race course. They were checking footing and going over a few last minute preparations hoping the knowledge gained would lead them to … Continue reading


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Headed for Trouble

There have been stories throughout baseball about the fiery competitiveness of Randy Johnson. Diamondbacks fans saw firsthand how intense he was on days when he was pitching. There were certain players who were given a lot of space and Randy … Continue reading


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Oh Snap, Another Loss!

Grace was looking good during pre-game warm-ups. After a few practice strides down the first base line he appeared dialed in and ready for tonight’s race. Shortly after these calisthenics Grace made his way up the stairs to the concourse … Continue reading


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Boxed Like a Chocolate

Prior to the game the Diamondbacks Legends walked the race course in what has become a pre-game ritual. Each of the Legends was checking out footing and traction making sure they had the proper footing for tonight’s big race. After … Continue reading


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Root, Root, Root for the Gracie

The All-Star break was not just a time for ballplayers and coaches to take a few days away from the game. It was also the perfect time for the Grace Legend to step back and re-evaluate his performance so far … Continue reading


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Legends Rage

Since the inception of the Legends Races, the Legends have made themselves available to meet and greet the fans before every game. Typically they will be doing light exercises and examining the playing surface before the National Anthem. Even though … Continue reading


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The Force Was Not With Him

At a game that featured bobble heads and characters popular in the 1980’s it seemed like the perfect time for Mark Grace to finally break through into the win column in the Legends race. After all, the player Mark Grace … Continue reading


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Wardrobe Malfunction?

After the abysmal showing from yesterday when Grace finished a distant last, I had high hopes that the humiliation he suffered would snap him out of this 0-7 slump he is in. I eagerly watched as the Legends jockeyed for … Continue reading


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