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Alternative Baseball Organization, Inc. will be hosting the 2nd Annual Alternative Baseball All-Star Game

2nd Annual Alternative Baseball All-Star Game

Hey, Baseball fans!  The season is not over yet.  Alternative Baseball Organization, Inc. will be hosting the 2nd Annual Alternative Baseball All-Star Game at Mt. Paran North Church of God Baseball Park at 1700 Allgood Road, Marietta, Georgia on November 11th, 2017.   The All-Star Game is a 9-inning game featuring players with autism/special needs playing alongside past and…

Yardhouse at the Battery Atlanta

Exploring The Battery Atlanta & Yardhouse

Atlanta is a hot spot of activity and things to do.  Shows, venues, festivals, parks, shopping, sports, family friendly and kid free.  The choices really do appear to be endless.  And now, we have another option with all new The Battery Atlanta. The Battery Atlanta is the all new multi-purpose entertainment destination.  Just miles from…

Welcome Home At SunTrust Park

Our Atlanta Braves have a new home, SunTrust Park. It’s a ballpark unlike any I have seen as it’s so much more.  Food, museums, kids zone, and concerts. The first thing you may be surprised to learn is that SunTrust Park is actually smaller than Turner field.  The goal was a more intermate setting with…

Globetrotters

Basketball With The Harlem Globetrotters

Growing up my dad was always sharing his love of sports with us.  Baseball, soccer, hockey, football and basketball.  We played them all.  Dad was even the coach for a few of my brother’s teams.  What I remember most was basketball.   We had what we called the helicopter landing pad.  My dad had put…

Alex Rodriguez Donates Bat

I grew up with my dad always cheering for the New York Yankees so this is exciting news to me. Yankees DH Became the Fourth Player to Reach 2,000-RBI Mark   The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has received a donation from New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez of the bat he…

National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Three pitchers who combined to win nine Cy Young Awards and a member of Major League Baseball’s 3,000 Hit Club were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in balloting by the BBWAA verified by Ernst & Young.   THREE PITCHERS  Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz became the first trio of pitchers…

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME NEWS 2014

Treasures from 2014 World Series Headed Home to Cooperstown   — Collection of Artifacts from Giants’ Third World Series Championship in Five Seasons to Be Featured in Museum’s Autumn Glory Exhibit —   The San Francisco Giants are World Champions for the third time in five years after a thrilling seven-game World Series. Today, artifacts telling the…

New Baseball Movie Henry & Me

NEW BASEBALL-THEMED ANIMATED FEATURE “ H E N R Y   &   M E ” TO BE RELEASED ON DVD AND DIGITALLY SEPTEMBER 30th   **AVAILABLE NOW EXCLUSIVELY AT YANKEE STADIUM**   FEATURING THE VOICES OF RICHARD GERE, CYNDI LAUPER, CHAZZ PALMINTERI, PAUL SIMON, DANNY AIELLO, LUCIE ARNAZ, AND NEW YORK YANKEES PAST & PRESENT PROCEEDS FROM THE FILM TO BENEFIT…

Hall of Famer Bobby Cox Returns to Cooperstown

As a big league manager, Bobby Cox built his Atlanta Braves teams into some of the most consistent winners baseball has ever seen. As a Hall of Famer, Cox is building bridges with his new Central New York neighbors as the celebrity host for the 32nd Annual Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open and Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Following…

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