July 2013, Vol. 240 No. 7

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: Once A Pipeliner, Always A Pipeliner

I love to tell stories that combine two of my passions: baseball and pipelines. I happened to turn on a Phillies game against Milwaukee just as the Brewers were honoring Johnny Logan, the standout shortstop on the 1957 World Series champion Milwaukee Braves. I had an abiding interest in Mr. Logan because he was a native of Endicott, NY where I was a reporter for several years. As they honored Mr. Logan, I did a Google search and read that he was a welder’s helper on the Trans Alaska oil pipeline in the 1970s and later on a gas pipeline in South Dakota. Trembling with excitement, I knew I must act. I contacted the Milwaukee Braves Historical Society (unlike the Braves who m

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