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Cam Miller
Award-winning Independent Filmmaker/Composer/Writer/Artist. Media content producer for Cincy Reds Hall of Fame. Historian. Star Wars enthusiast.
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Cam Miller 12h
GREAT call Steven! And I shall sing Happy Birthday Smoke tonight at the game ;)
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Cam Miller 15h
Today is the day we step back in time to 1913.
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SmokeJustis 17h
It's Covington night tonight! The Freedom will be decked out in Covington Blue Sox uniforms.
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Cam Miller 17h
"Trumpet Night" at Crosley was response to ump Jocko Conlan complaining abt Ronnie Dale's blaring organ.
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Cam Miller Aug 16
Soon...very soon...I will be obliterating some
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Cam Miller Aug 16
I find it fascinating when people unfollow me because I don't follow racist ideals. Purely fascinating.
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Cam Miller Aug 16
The first pitch. May 9 1913 at Federal Park. Covington KY. 104 yrs later, will honor the Covington Blue Sox.
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Cam Miller Aug 16
Replying to @MoEgger1530
A Possession Arrow Guy HOFer...no doubt.
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Cam Miller Aug 16
Replying to @MoEgger1530
I agree with this, but also wonder about 100s of jobs that would be lost if they did away with possession arrow guy. Certain skill set.
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Cam Miller Aug 15
Replying to @rianjohnson
Fantastic. Impressive. Most impressive.
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Cam Miller Aug 15
Replying to @pablohidalgo
Well, I reckon you can drown your sorrows in some of that wine from his winery in Charlottesville. I hears it's the most beautiful wine.
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Cam Miller Aug 15
Replying to @jonfavs
Well, off to get a job at his winery to do my part to help race relations. Cheers!
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Cam Miller Aug 15
Replying to @Breznican
But he has a winery in Charlottesville. Race relations will be excellent. You'll see. This is the end. Right?
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Cam Miller Aug 15
I was studying Wings (1927) for a film I'm working on and my mind went to a Canto Bight BTS image.
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Cam Miller Aug 15
Replying to @TheSpenserSmith
Blue Sox 2B James Emery hit a screaming shot off LF fence that rattled around corner. He made it home just under the tag.
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Cam Miller Aug 15
Replying to @TheSpenserSmith
Interestingly, balls hit over fence were ground rule doubles and only one home run was ever hit there. An inside the park job.
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Cam Miller Aug 15
The dimensions at Federal Park were RF 194 CF 267 LF 218.
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Cam Miller Aug 14
Replying to @TheSpenserSmith
Thank you kindly.
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