In Bizarre Baseball Culture, I take a look at some of the more unusual places where baseball has reared it’s head in pop culture and fiction.
And in the coming days, it returns from nearly a two year hiatus with a comic-book tale from the 1950s…
I have two things in the pipeline: an Out of the Park Baseball post, and some thoughts on how baseball can be better.
Coming in 2018: The true return of the Baseball Continuum.
No, seriously. Well, sort of.
You see, the reason for the Baseball Continuum in the first place was that I was unemployed. So I had a ton of time and nowhere to write (outside of the occasional freelance gig).
But for the last, oh, year and a half… I’ve had a job. And I’ve been busy doing it. So the amount of free time I have went downwards. And so the amount of time I had for the blog also went downwards. Eventually I basically stopped doing anything on it.
However, next year, I want to try again. It won’t be daily, but I’m hoping I can maybe get something up at least once a week, or failing that once a month.
So get ready.
It has been awhile, but soon, the Baseball Continuum will return….
Due to the WBC and Zelda, I’ve fallen a bit behind on what I wanted to do. But, rest assured, the next installment is coming soon and is in progress!
This week’s “Baseball Continuum Weekly” is delayed due to the fact I had computer issues earlier this week.
Stay tuned in the coming days, however, for the start of our look at the baseball episodes of Power Rangers.
Originally, this week’s installment of Baseball Continuum Weekly was to be a Bizarre Baseball Culture. But after remembering that the WBC rosters will be released tonight, I’m changing course. Sometime later this week you’ll see an early WBC roster analysis, and NEXT WEEK you’ll see a Bizarre Baseball Culture.