in one form or another. Lucy did a great job in her role as one of the soldiers in her school production. During the professional ballet production viewed today, some of us were having strange visions of the Sugar Plum Baseball Playery in tutu and tights, so it's quite a good thing we can now move on to other Christmas traditions. It is just me, or is a ballet about a giant live nutcracker, some rodents, and a flying slipper a tee-ninesy troubling?
In response to the choices made for upcoming post subjects, the Dinged Corners Research Staff is hard at work. (Thank you for voting!) The results:
AAGPBL (All-American Girls Professional Baseball League) edged the Astros by a margin of 51 to 49 percent.
The Baseball Card Flipping, Trading and Bubble Gum Book trounced Jim Bouton and Ball Four 65 to 34 percent.
And Roy Campanella beat Casey Stengel by 63 to 36 percent.
We are ON it, peeps.
And finally, we have a question. Do you save the actual boxes that you bust and break? Not referring to the cards, but the boxes.
We are all focused on other things, but will the boxes matter someday? Ephemera-wise. Such as this Topps Chrome hobby box picturing our little Barry Zito back when everyone was still impressed with his pitching.
Well, off to bed. We hope visions of Giant Nutcrackers will NOT dance in our heads.