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Time Out: July 3, 2012

   By John Bernhardt Has baseball’s moment passed? Matthew Futterman pondered that question as it relates to baseball’s health in America in an article he wrote for The Wall Street Journal last spring. Full Story

Time Out: June 20, 2012

   “Positive anything is better than negative nothing,” said Elbert Hubbard, the American writer and publisher. The sports pages are cluttered with ‘negative nothings’ these days. Full Story

Time Out: June 13, 2012

   I have to admit, I’m a bit leery over “Travel Ball” – sport specialization that limits participation to one sport where students practice, train, and compete in only that sport. Full Story

Time Out: June 6, 2012

   It was a “where were you when it happened” kind of night. Full Story

Time Out: April 18, 2012

   My wish for every youngster would be that they discover the wonders of the backyard. It might simply be the joy of being outside breathing in the fresh air and enjoying their natural environment. Full Story

Time Out: March 28, 2012

   Baseball is the perfect sport to enjoy in perfect weather. There is nothing quite like lacing up your spikes and tossing around a baseball when the sun is shining, the sky is blue and the thermometer pushes past 70 degrees. Especially in March! Full Story

Time Out: January 4, 2012

   December has come and gone and we’ve started a new year. Before you know it, the days will be getting longer and it will be time for spring training and baseball. Full Story

Time Out: Nov. 9, 2011

   “Kick it to the corner.” Margaretville alumni and his former girls’ soccer players from around the country, found themselves fondly looking back to their high school years as they learned that legendary Blue Devil soccer coach Dan Full Story

Time Out: September 21, 2011

   Breathe. Exhale. Breathe. Exhale. Breathe. Exhale. Everybody step back and relax. It’s not the end of the world. Full Story

Time Out: August 10, 2011

   Mariah Ruff or Eric Reed would have been in three-point heaven. Every time a shot behind the arc swished through the nets, water splashed from the twines in a several foot, circular, aerial display. Full Story