Eternity at a ballpark

A story about how singer Steve Goodman’s ashes were spread over Wrigley Field.  And then I fould this sentence quite a bit interesting:

The White Sox have a policy that allows those who ask — a half-dozen or so families a year –  to conduct brief funeral ceremonies on the warning track at U.S. Cellular Field on non-game days.


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  1. Clay Eals says:

    Good to see your post about the ashes of singer/songwriter Steve Goodman. He often doesn’t get his due. You might be interested in an eight-year project of mine that has come to fruition — an 800-page biography of Goodman published in May, “Steve Goodman: Facing the Music.” Please check my Internet site below for more info on the book. Just trying to spread the word. Feel free to do the same!

    Clay Eals
    1728 California Ave. S.W. #301
    Seattle, WA 98116-1958

    (206) 935-7515
    (206) 484-8008

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