Legends Fade Under The Wichita Heat

by Kevin Burton    The following is not a Page 7 exclusive by any means, everybody knows it: in the sports world, Father Time is still undefeated.    It is true in all sports, even baseball for the blind.    Father Time administers a butt kicking even more consistently than the Indy Thunder.    To …

3-1 Legends Face World Champion Thunder

by Kevin Burton    The USA Legends ran their record to 3-1 at the 2021 Beep Baseball World Series with an 11-3 win over the Philadelphia Fire Wednesday.    Leadoff batter Marvin Morgan continued his hot hitting with four runs in five at-bats to set the tone.    The Legends have exceeded expectations thus far, …

Legends Win Twice, Play Philly Fire Next

by Kevin Burton    My USA Legends got the game they needed to get Tuesday at the Beep Baseball World Series in Wichita.    And I survived five hours of baseball after five years off.    Game one of our tripleheader was a 4-3 win over Tyler. The Legends came back from a 3-1 deficit, …

“Songs In The Attic” Closes Another Show

by Kevin Burton    Do you have certain albums you play to set certain moods?    Like a baseball manager has a closer, there is one album I go to when one era of life is ending and another beginning.    I moved a lot in my 20s and I listened to Billy Joel a …

From Moth Balls Back To Ground Balls

by Kevin Burton    Since when does a single beep baseball practice merit a blog post?     Since it’s the first one I’ve had since the Obama administration.  It has been a while folks.    My Columbus friends invited me to join this team of extremely well-seasoned veteran players for a last beep baseball hurrah.  …

True History of Mankind From The Bible

by Kevin Burton    It’s back to the classroom today at the Earthly School for the Spiritually Blind (ESSB), the school we need as humans because of our sin nature.    This is a sixth-period history class.  We cover, quickly, the essential details of the history of mankind, with God as the Creator.    There …

Where Chivalry Meets Food Safety

by Kevin Burton    As I’m sure you can imagine, I was a bachelor gallant.     “There is a level of food that I will eat but I will not serve to you,” I told Jeannette when we started dating and she began peering with some alarm into the abyss of my science-project refrigerator.    …

USA Legends Will Honor The Game

by Kevin Burton    Last week I got and filled a trophy case.  Next week, my play will probably not add any hardware to it.     But you never know.    You never know. That’s why the games are played on green grass under a blue sky, not on a computer.  That’s why old men …

Prayer Needed For Tough Family Decisions

by Kevin Burton    I went literary on you last Friday.  Hope that was OK.     I wrote about my mother moving to an assisted living facility and the parallels for that move and my move to the Ohio State School for the Blind as a fourth grader in 1972 (“Love, Tears And Doing The …

Norah Jones Two Needed Better Material

by Kevin Burton    Had a quick notion a few years ago to poke my musical head out of the seventies and try some 21st-century artists.    A friend recommended Maroon 5, John Mayer and Norah Jones. I loved the debut records from those three so much, I bought their follow-up records.    Then for …