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Talkin’ Baseball on February 11 in York

Here are the details on the now annual pre-season baseball talk at Zion Lutheran Church in York:

Zion Lutheran Church will hold its third annual baseball talk at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 11 in the church’s sanctuary, 2215 Brandywine Lane, York. This year’s event again features: Mel Antonen, baseball writer for, baseball panelist for MASN and Sirius/XM talk show host; Dan Connolly, Orioles/national baseball writer for The Baltimore Sun; and Jim Seip, York Revolution beat writer for the York Daily Record/York Sunday News. The writers will present their thoughts on the upcoming baseball season – Orioles, Phillies, all MLB, plus the York Revolution and the Atlantic League — and will answer questions from the audience. There is no admission fee, but a freewill offering will be taken to benefit the church’s youth ministry program. For more information, contact the church at 717-767-4673.

As an attendee of the event last year, I can confirm it really is a great primer to get you back in the baseball mindset, especially now with the Super Bowl over and pitchers and catchers reporting in a mere matter of days. In addition to the topics mentioned above, this audience member will try to throw in some talk about the Yankees and Nationals, you know, two clubs that actually finished in first place in their division last season. Revolution fans will also want to attend to hear the latest scoop around the locals. Fun! See you there.

-Paul Braverman


One response

  1. Darrell Henry

    I’m guessing this Jeter picture didn’t make its way on here at random? Paul?

    February 5, 2013 at 2:15 pm

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