It’s Finally Opening Day[/caption] That’s right. It’s Opening Day! The great ballparks across the US are opening up today and we’re finally getting baseball back. So here’s what my productivity level is going to do: [caption id="attachment_710" align="aligncenter" width="237"] Richard Mattox: Productivity During Baseball Season[/caption] All other aspects of my life will be put on hold from 4-10 pm every night. They will be replaced by gallons of useless knowledge about who has a great BABIP and which midseason minor league call up has the best potential. Some people say the nation’s pastime is falling away, but to me there’s still nothing that makes me feel more American. My O’s (that’s Baltimore Orioles) made a few late signings this offseason and look poised to make noise in a competitive AL East division. We’re all just praying Chris Davis’ 53 homer season wasn’t a fluke. [caption id="attachment_711" align="alignright" width="400"] Chris “Crush” Davis: 53 HRs[/caption] How do you feel about Opening Day? Have you been counting the days since October? Or do you find baseball to be unbearably slow? What are you looking forward to most in the 2014 season? Let us know!]]>
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