On this day in 1945, a psychic named Edgar Cayce suffered a stroke that killed him. The famous sleeping prophet, who worked in Texas during the 1920s, was hailed far and wide for his abilities to heal the sick by entering a trance. He was even reported to be able to accomplish this remotely without ... More >>
I have a good friend who was a minor league umpire, so I tend to have a bit more of a sympathetic eye toward their foibles than do others. I see them as human, and I think they're doing the best job they can, most of the time. I don't think the umpires favor teams over other teams, and I think they ... More >>
Well, he started off as Doom The Strange and he was one of several underground Latino hip-hop artists in the 90s, but as he got older he shed the rap skin and now sports an R&B coat. And he changed his name. Several artists have gotten at Rocks Off about Milton Bradley. "Milton Bradley this ... More >>
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Morgan Ensberg spent five of his eight big league seasons as the starting third baseman for the Houston Astros. The Southern California native finished his career with a 110 homers (105 of those with the Astros). He made an All-Star team, he started in a World Series, and he holds the record ... More >>
The Bumpers (aka The Combinations) The Official Bump Ball© Record Pickwick/Milton Bradley, 1968 Does it have rules? What makes you think it's a game? Is it a game? Will it break? It better break eventually! Is there an object? What if you tire before it's done? Does it come with batteries? ... More >>
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December 24 - 30, 1998