The big lug is still hanging around!
Category Archives: Terri Narrell
My fellow English teachers and I meander from our offices in the red brick Osborne Building, down the sidewalk, past the Student Union and historic Norton Hall, to the baseball field. It’s one of my favorite places on this beautiful campus.Read more
Terri Narrell brought her son to the last game at The Ted. She didn’t boo, but she didn’t exactly cheer, either.Read more
There’s nothing like a good baseball game to make us feel patriotic. Maybe it’s the flag flying in center field, hamburgers and hot dogs in the bleachers, or families hanging out together in the sunshine. Maybe it’s the continuous presence of the sport over the past 170 years. Or maybe it’s the way baseball embodies the spirit of America: everyoneRead more
For the moment, the Braves are 0-7, three losses away from the worst start in Atlanta history.Read more
Terri Narrell had to make a few of her own rules for Monday’s Braves opener.Read more
We’re sitting it out this year. For the first baseball season in 13 years, no son of mine will jog onto the field to take his position among the other players from our little town. This sit-out isn’t by choice.Read more