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David Molyneaux

Thanks Bill and Paul. Hoynsie is one of my favorite reporters. I will read him anywhere.


Absolutely love the fact that out of all the games in all the parks that Hoynsie has seen played, that he picked as his favorite the one in which my wife and I took our son to his very first professional baseball game; our son was all of seven months old at the time and burst out crying at the top of his lungs when the stadium erupted after Paul Sorrento's home run!!

Just now had him read the text above, and of course when he was finished he wanted to know why I had made him read it. When I finished telling him the story he had a look of satisfaction on his face knowing that he, even at an early age and not being able to remember it, had been present for something so special in Cleveland sports history!

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