Author Archives: Mick Reinhard

I’ll see you when I see you

When Bowie first baseman Preston Palmeiro rocketed Carson Teel’s pitch into the Harrisburg bullpen for a three-run homer to put the Baysox up 5-0 in the second inning, I had the feeling I’d been here before. An unmistakable case of … Continue reading

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Harrisburg teetering on the brink of elimination after 7-5 loss to Bowie

With their season and playoff lives on the line, the Senators will turn to Carson Teel on Saturday afternoon. The southpaw, who was recently named Carolina League Player of the Month for August, will make his Double-A debut in the … Continue reading

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8/25: Just One Thing

In an effort to write more than I have been, I decided to try at least putting together “Just One Thing” about each game I cover. It might be about a particular play, an at-bat, or a guy’s walk-up song. … Continue reading

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8/22: Just One Thing

In an effort to write more than I have been, I decided to try at least putting together “Just One Thing” about each game I cover. It might be about a particular play, an at-bat, or a guy’s walk-up song. … Continue reading

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8/15: Just One Thing

  In an effort to write more than I have been, I decided to try at least putting together “Just One Thing” about each game I cover. It might be about a particular play, an at-bat, or a guy’s walk-up … Continue reading

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8/14: Just One Thing

In an effort to write more than I have been, I decided to try at least putting together “Just One Thing” about each game I cover. It might be about a particular play, an at-bat, or a guy’s walk-up song. … Continue reading

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8/13: Just One Thing

In an effort to write more than I have been, I decided to try at least putting together “Just One Thing” about each game I cover. It might be about a particular play, an at-bat, or a guy’s walk-up song. … Continue reading

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