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Baseball Opening Day

It's my favorite day of the year!
That's only a slight exaggeration.

I've been awaiting this day for 5 months.  It never comes soon enough.


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I got my app a couple weeks ago.  This is my third year using this app and I love it.  I love being able to listen to every game from my phone and getting all the stats and articles in one place.  This year it is $19.99 (the price went up this year).  The only app I've ever paid for is this one every year.  But sometimes you can just tell it's worth it.
You bet I'll be listening tonight!!!!

Many, many developments occurred during spring training this year that I enjoyed following.  Here are a few of my favorites (yes, there were many ups and downs, as per usual for spring training... and the entire season):
*Allen Craig was signed for 5 year contract.  I was just excited because I like the guy.  Dad helped me realize it's a pretty big deal for such a young player get signed for this kind-of contract.
Hey, Wainwright got one too!
*Garcia did pretty well!
*The battle for second was a battle!
*I'm excited for another year with Matheny.
*typical injuries.  Freese will start the season on the DL.
*solidifying pitching rotation
yes, i've probs shared this before.
dad gave it to me years ago and it's always hung wherever i've lived since.
i want it framed.
Let's get this season started!  Go Cards!


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