Yes I realize many of you have never sat through Vacation photos at someone else's house, and have never seen a slide projector. Ah for the days when all you needed was a light bulb and a blank wall to look at photos, instead of an HD TV or a $200 photo frame a memory stick plugged into. But I digress.
Thirty-two baseball enthusiasts made their way to La Jolla for the meeting. That's slightly above average for a San Diego SABR event, and many thanks to all who attended. Andy presented some of the photos he has collected during the project, and back story for many of them. After Andy's remarks, a couple of folks who had contributed their photos talked about the ones they had donated.
David Nuffer speaks to the group (Photo: Andy Strasburg)
Howard Frank tells his story (Photo: Andy Strasburg)
Bret Moutow. Yes even Cubs fans are welcome here (Photo: Andy Strasburg)
I make the Cub crack tongue-in-cheek. As you know from attending Cub games, they have a large and vocal following in these here parts. Some of them attend our SABR meetings regularly, and they contribute a lot to the chapter and the discussion.
At any rate, the meeting ran about 60 minutes, with a lot of discussion after it broke up among the attendees and Andy. Sounds like a great event, I'm sorry I missed it.
Our next mini-regional meeting will be 19 June with current MLB Umpire Joe Cuzzi. Grab you Dad and head to the La Jolla library.
(Thanks to Tom Larwin for providing the photos in this post.)