Found May 30, 2013 on No Coast Bias :
Sometimes I find myself wishing that I liked baseball more.  I long for that nostalgic tinge that seems to creep into the voices of our parents’ generations when they sit back and recount their days listening to grand voices telling grand tales of athletic triumph.  But it’s just not there for me.  I love watching The post Baseball’s Shining New Hope: A Munenori Kawasaki GIF-Collage appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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