Friday, May 24, 2013

The Night Lenny Dykstra Was Swinging In The Rain

Over the next few weeks I'm going to provide background information about some of my favorite stories that I've ever written. Today's spotlight involves:

The Night Lenny Dykstra Was Swinging In The Rain

Zero Philadelphia Phillies' fans anticipated the 1993 season. But, somehow, someway that great group of likable men made it to the World Series. 

While that rowdy group didn't win it all, they created countless memorable moments that have endured through the past two decades. With a wink at the famous Gene Kelly movie, I connected a rainy October night and Lenny Dykstra's towering Game 4 performance in an unbelievable 15-14 loss.

The 'Dude' was...

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I am humbled by the reception it has received to-date and I thank everyone who has been responding to this digital creation.

This mini-tome is a collection of stories and poems for readers who don't take themselves too seriously. I hope that you enjoy it and am always welcome to your feedback. 

It only takes a few minutes to read any of the stories whose links are shown below:

Horror Story: It Was Crawling Up My Chest!
Television Haiku Poem
My First Car Was An All-Time Classic
The Best Holiday Memories

When Baseball Cards Were King
5 Traits of Hardcore Philadelphia Phillies' Fans
Could One Baseball Shatter The Summer?

Philadelphia Flyers' Topps Hockey Card Mystery Revealed
5 Lessons Flyers' Fans Have Taught The Hockey World
5 Traits Old School Flyers' Fans Possess
Interviewing athletes and other sports' personalities happens after a series of steps have been taken. Hard work and smart choices can lead to success if you remain persistent. 

Read between the lines of each interview to learn how you can make your own connections...

My interviews with famous athletes and sports' personalities

Martin Brodeur: Discusses His Record-Setting Shutout Total and Key Rivalries 
Jaromir Jagr: Current NHL Forward and Future Hall of Famer
Philadelphia Flyers' Bernie Parent: Postgame reflections 
Bobby Clarke: Philadelphia Flyers' Legend Talks Hockey
Ron Hextall Recalls His Greatest Season
Kerry Fraser: NHL Referee is Still Making the Right Calls

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