W. P. Kinsella Quotes About Baseball

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"The crack of the bat, the sound of baseballs thumping into gloves, the infield chatter are like birdsong to the baseball starved." ~ W. P. Kinsella
"I knew how to read box scores and who the baseball heroes were before I had ever seen or even heard much of a game." ~ W. P. Kinsella
"Baseball is meant to be a contemplative game. They play music to draw young people to the game. If young people can't come to the game without music, then they should stay home." ~ W. P. Kinsella
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O prejudice, prejudice, prejudice, how many hast thou destroyed! Men who might have been wise have remained fools because they thought they were wise. Many judge what the gospel ought to be, but do not actually enquire as to what it is. They do not come to the Bible to obtain their views of religion, but they open that Book to find texts to suit the opinions which they bring to it. They are not open to the honest force of truth, and therefore are not saved by it."
Author: Charles H. Spurgeon

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