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Friendly Reminder: Please, Don’t Be a Sideline Asshole

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower With the summer sports season upon us, I wanted to share a little reminder for parents — don’t be an asshole while sitting on the sideline. Like many parents raising children in the suburbs, sports is

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Posted in Baseball, Baumhower, Column, Discussion, Fatherhood, Feels, Jeremy Baumhower, Life, love, News, Parenting, Schools, Sports, Sylvania, Toledo

Giving Thanks on Mud Hens’ Opening Day

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower   With the opening of Hensville,– downtown Toledo grows a little better and bigger today. Moving the Mud Hens from Maumee to it’s current location was the smartest move our political leaders could have ever made.

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Posted in #ToledoIsBeautiful, Baseball, Baumhower, Food, Life, Lucas County, Maumee, Mud Hens, Ohio, Things To Do, Toledo

Changing My Climate: From Baseball to Bernie

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower Here’s what I am thankful for this morning after the Ohio Primary:   — 35% of registered Lucas County voters went to the polls– in 2012 it was 22%   –Voting seemed to go incredibly smooth

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Posted in Autism, Baseball, Baumhower, Column, Democrat, Discussion, Facebook, Family, Fatherhood, Feels, Life, Lucas County, News, Ohio, Politics, Republican, Toledo

Three Days, The Sixth Hug & The Owl

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower In honor of my fortieth birthday, indeed I said forty– we packed up the ol’ family truckster and headed to the local Wally World… I mean Cedar Point. My parents wanted to take my family on

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Posted in Autism, Baseball, Baumhower, Column, Family, Fatherhood, Feels, Ohio, Parenting, Toledo, Tourism

85 Pitches: A Father’s Dream Realized

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower My son has always been a professional baseball player.  I mean, he’s always played for money and compensation, since he was 4 years-old. Flashback: 11 years ago. The rules for our front-yard game of catch, were

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Posted in Autism, Baseball, Baumhower, FAIL, Family, Fatherhood, Feels, Life, love, Toledo

Rink of Dreams

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower “If you build it, they will come.” In October of 2012, the Mud Hens announced that Fifth Third Field would host an outdoor Walleye game as a part of a 10-day celebration called “Winterfest”. GM Joe

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Posted in #ToledoIsBeautiful, Baseball, Baumhower, Column, Family, Fatherhood, Feels, Holidays, Life, Sylvania, Toledo

WANTED: Military Photos and Messages for Special Issue of @ToledoFreePress

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower Three years ago, I wanted to do something positive instead of those mug shot magazines you find at your local stop-and-rob.  I thought it would be a beautiful thing if the Toledo Free Press did a

Posted in Baseball, Column, Family, Life, News, Sylvania, Toledo, Viral, Waterville

Baumhower: From Jerk to Jackie

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower I was raised in a family where the patriarch of my clan, my Grandfather Pete, took it upon himself to rename or issue a nickname for every child, grandchild and great grandchild.  The nicknames range from

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Posted in Baseball, Baumhower, Column, Family, Feels, Funny, Toledo
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