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May 20, 2013

Base Paths: Went to a baseball game and this broke out...

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Niagara Gazette — It’s not even how you play the game, it’s how much, at the time, you care.

GAME OVER: Sincere thanks to all who commented, pro or con, on the Niagara U softball situation, especially the player who fired off three e-mails in five minutes. She has a great future in journalism. But in this space, the issue is settled. All who wrote may check their in-box next week; Base Paths always confirms signals.

JACOBS’ LATHER: Look for Amherst legislators, who abhor anything new in their town, to try to craft a law barring Niagara-Wheatfield softball’s Nikki Jacobs, or at least charging her a fee. In a friendly non-leaguer at Amherst High’s open range last week, she launched two home runs that interrupted the distant lacrosse game.

Doug Smith offer his observations and wit on baseball and softball every Monday with Base Paths. Contact him by email at pollyndoug@hotmail.com.

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