baseball - Mike Rosentreter English Composition 110 May...

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Mike Rosentreter English Composition 110 May 2nd, 2007 “What a Day to Be a Baseball Player” Few things have ever been more powerful and more useful in expressing all the possible ranges of human emotion than that of the photograph. Ever since it’s invention in the year 1820, the photograph has helped to keep important events from going undocumented, and many a memorable and sentimental occasion have been preserved for future generations to see. From wars, to sporting events, to presidential inaugurations, it’s safe to assume that anything worth being documented has been, all thanks to the photograph. It’s also safe to assume that tens, if not hundreds of millions of photographs have been taken by people all over the world. The picture depicts a moment of a baseball game. One player is featured in the photograph, and that player is wearing the jersey belonging to the Chicago White Sox, one of the original teams in Major League Baseball, with a legacy reaching back well over a hundred years. The player stands feet in front of the outfield wall, a little more then half of which appears to be comprised of bricks. On top of the bricks and composing the rest of the outfield fence appears to be either cinderblocks, which comprise the walls of the dorm rooms here at Millersville University, or a solid concrete slab. Outfield walls have been comprised of
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