You know it's time to take a break when...

Bob Timmermann blogged all baseball season for The Griddle and won't spend much time this week at the computer — or watching games on TV.

I need a little respite as I think I've watched too much baseball. I have had a recurring dream where I get phone calls from Ron Fairly telling me to tell particular Seattle Mariner players that he thought they were good players. Really. I have had that dream. That can't be good.

But Bob's a gamer. He leaves Oct. 9 for Japan where he plans to take in the Pacific League Championship Series.

October 5, 2006 12:02 AM • Native Intelligence • Email the editor
 

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