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Dusty Baker

June 8, 2013
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Dusty Baker is the current manager of the Cincinnati Reds as we all know. The 63 year-old former major leaguer is in his 20th year as a NL Manager. He spent 10 years in San Francisco where the Giants won 840 games. As you can see, this was an 84 win average per year....

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Midwest Meet of Champions

June 6, 2013
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Next week the Midwest Meet of Champions will be run in Fort Wayne. This is an all-star track meet involving the top senior athletes from Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. Two years ago Chris Giesting was the top performer at this meet. The then BHS senior set the Indiana standard for the 400m dash. It...

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Retirees

June 5, 2013
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This fall at least two of the more successful football programs in the area will have new coaches. Milan has just named Ed Wagner as their new coach. Ed is coming from Bedford North Lawrence where he has been a teacher and coach for the past 7 years. East Central, earlier this year, named...

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Old Fogy Golf

June 4, 2013
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I probably will get a lot of grief for this title, but this what a lot of my friends call their weekly golf excursions. Batesville has a large group that either travels to North Branch on Mondays or some other local course and plays a good round of golf. After golf I think they...

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Co-Ed Softball

June 3, 2013
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I noticed more and more communities are starting co-ed softball leagues. I like this idea. With softball entrenched in the high school sport’s scene, more women feel proficient in it and are quite capable of handling themselves in this environment. The games seem to be quite a bit of fun for all those playing,...

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Summer Time

May 31, 2013
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Today we officially start summer in Batesville. School is out, so we will see the bicycles slowly moving down the streets and sidewalks in town. I find it quite interesting to watch the kids as summer begins, progresses, and then winds down. Those first couple of weeks, those too young to have jobs are...

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Ugly Side

May 30, 2013
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Most people probably didn’t see in the news that Dick Trickle killed himself the other day. Dick was a mainstay on the NASCAR circuit for quite a few years. Dick was a prankster and always seemed to be enjoying himself whenever people saw him in public. When his career slowed down and he wasn’t...

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One-Time Wonders

May 28, 2013
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This is about the time of a baseball season that some of those flashy rookies start hitting the skids. They start to face the pitchers or hitters for the second or third time around and their weaknesses are exposed. One of those wonders was Mark “The Bird” Fidrych of the Detroit Tigers. He did...

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Summer Vacation

May 28, 2013
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If they are not already off for the summer, most students will be in the next few days. Today, for the older ones, that means a summer job interrupted by many workouts for those playing sports. For the younger ones, it probably means day care or summer camps or babysitters. In the olden days,...

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More Memories

May 26, 2013
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The other day my wife found a picture of the 1982 Conference and County track championship team picture in our basement. It brought back a lot of memories. This boys team followed a 1981 group that might have been one of the top squads I ever coached at BHS. I was very surprised when...

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