New York Times best -selling author Michael Levin runs and blogs at Death of Publishing He has written with Baseball Hall of Famer Dave Winfield, football broadcasting legend Pat Summerall, FBI undercover agent Joaquin Garcia, and E-Myth creator Michael Gerber. He has written for the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CBS News, the Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, and many other top outlets. You can ‘like’ him on Facebook here: Baseball Ghost Facebook Page
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A Dad Strikes Out

NOTE: This is a guest post by Michael Levin. It has nothing to do with the Mets, unless you are a father or grandfather with similarly nostalgic and bittersweet feelings. Enjoy.

I took my twin ten-year-old sons to a couple of Angels games this week, and I was shocked—shocked!—to discover just how little they knew about baseball.

I don’t mean to criticize my sons. They know an awful lot about things that I’ll never know. Juggling. Magic. Origami. And technology, of course.

But the one thing I knew about when I was their age was