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April 03, 1992 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-03

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baseball announcers," he
said.
The winter, he said, can
be long. He replaces
baseball with everything
he can get his ear to, be it
NCAA basketball to pro
football. But it was
baseball that really turned
him on to sports.
It started in 1964 when,
at age 9, he watched St.
Louis pitcher Bob Gibson
hurl the Cardinals in seven
games past the New York
Yankees. That, he said,
began an "irrevocable
course of sports
fanaticism." Two years
later, he warned his
mother that if the Orioles
and Dodgers went beyond a
four-game World Series, he
would not go to a special
camping program at Camp
Tamarack. The Orioles
won in four.
"Baseball is a way for
people to hang on to that
optimism they had as a
youth," Dr. Last said.
"Yeah, maybe one day I'll
be that guy out there. You
were, in your imagination,
the hero. You were perfor-
ming excellently.
"And in those days of
summer even as an adult,
you turn the game on nice
and loud, get a can of
neat's-foot oil (used for
breaking in a glove), put
your face in your mitt, and
you're all set." ❑

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