Randy at the Ted Williams Display in the Baseball Hall of Fame — Post 690 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday

  I am unable to assist it, I am unable to do a wordless put up! That is certainly one of my favourite images:  

This {photograph} was taken in Could 2004 in Cooperstown, New York on the Baseball Corridor of Fame.  That is yours actually on the Ted Williams show at the moment.  He was my favourite participant who was not Tony Gwynn, and was a San Diego boy – performed for the Padres in 1937 earlier than taking part in for the Pink Sox into the Nineteen Sixties.  My mom remembered seeing him play on the North Park area within the Thirties.  However he went to Hoover Excessive and mother went to San Diego.  My dad was a Pink Sox fan so we adopted them and Ted every single day within the papers.

We flew east to have a good time my cousin’s fiftieth marriage ceremony anniversary in Easton, Pennsylvania, after which did some sightseeing and family tree analysis in New Jersey, New York, Ontario and Pennsylvania.  That is the one time I have been to those states to do analysis, and it was fascinating and fruitful and enjoyable.


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