SOME THINGS STAY THE SAME, SOME THINGS DO NOT.
MONDAY, JULY 23, 2007

Sunday Baseball is a wood bat baseball 'event' that used to take place on Sundays in Saint Paul, but is now played on Saturdays in Minneapolis. I don't exactly know what to say about this other than come on out and play. The location is partially private, and if you can't get anyone to tell you where we play, then the people that you're asking probably don't like you that much, and you should probably take that as some sort of indication of what kind of person you appear to be to other people. With that said, however, it's worth noting that we tend to like most people, so most people are totally encouraged to come and play.

A little help for those with no one to ask about the location of the game, or whose friends will not tell them the location of the game: bring an egg to Van Cleve park on the corner of 15th Ave SE and Como Ave SE in Minneapolis at 3:00 on Saturday, give the egg to one of the people playing basebal, and in exchange, they should give you a map to where we play.

If that sounds like too much work, I suppose that you could also follow the location link off to the right.

And the name of the field is also secreted away in two different places on this page.

Good luck, and hopefully we'll see you on Saturday.




 
 

IN HONOR OF A HIGH IN THE MID-EIGHTIES, THIS WEEK'S UNIFORMS WILL BE PINCH-ROLLED GIRBAUD JEANS, OR ANYTHING HYPER-COLOR.

 

10% CHANCE OF RAIN




THIS SATURDAY
VAN CLEVE PARK
IN MINNEAPOLIS

GAMES START
AT 3:00




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