Childhood Sketchbook: A Second Look

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Here are a few more journal entries from my childhood sketchbook:
This is a drawing of Harry Caray, the legendary sportscaster of the Chicago Cubs. He's holding up three fingers because he would lead the crowd in singing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the seventh-inning stretch, and this is the "Three strikes, you're out" moment. Ignore the kitten. That was already printed on the page.
 June 27th, 1990 - Riding go-karts with Dad. He looks scared.  
 This is one of my favorites! We were at a Twins/Rangers baseball game and I was rooting for the Rangers to win because they had a player on their team named Raphael Palmeiro. I wanted them to win because they had a player that shared a name with a Ninja Turtle, which is what I drew. Raphael is at the plate!

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