Pedro Martinez threw a bullpen session at Coca-Cola Park earlier today as part of his rehab stint and possible return to major league baseball with the Phillies. There’s been a lot of speculation around the office (and the library) about Pedro possibly pitching for the IronPigs before going back to Philadelphia. Here’s to hoping we’ll … Read more Pedro at the IronPigs
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Jason Alley and I have been geeking out about baseball over the last few weeks, what with the IronPigs having their home opener, the Mets and Yankees having their opening days at the brand new Citi Field and Yankee Stadium, and my daughter starting softball. All that time we’ve also been talking about playing catch … Read more Playing Catch at Lunch
And the season is underway! My 6-year-old daughter and I went to our first IronPigs game of the season on Saturday, April 11th. Unfortunately, the ‘Pigs lost to the Scranton Yankees, but we still had a blast despite temperatures that couldn’t have been much north of 33 degrees. The only downside to the game? Really, … Read more The First IronPigs Game…
… until baseball returns to the Lehigh Valley! Opening Day for the IronPigs is Thursday, April 9 at 7 p.m. against the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees (the former Red Barons). Unfortunately I won’t be there, but I will be going to the Saturday, April 11th game. After a semester of working hard on Moodle, WordPress and a … Read more Only 16 more days…
The IronPigs are on Twitter. Granted, they’re not doing much with Twitter, seeing as how they only posted two updates in February, but here’s to hoping they start using it regularly as we head into the baseball season. I’d love to get game updates/results from Twitter! On a related note … only one month to my … Read more The IronPigs are on Twitter
It’s February in Pennsylvania, which means we’re alternating between cold and icy, cold and muddy, and just plain cold. Oh we get the occasional spring tease, when temps spike up to the mid-40s, but those are quickly gone. Now granted, it’s not New England, which just got another foot of snow, but it’s still miserable … Read more The Baseball Thaw