From our Walt Whitman desk
The Boston Herald will be doing some celebrating itself and singing itself tomorrow, thanks to a return trip to The Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages hit parade.
Look no further than today’s front pages to find out what time it is. Fields of dreams, players in action and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch‘s reliable weatherbird all provide the answer. For most papers, play ball means baseball. For the Press-Citizen, it means golf. The Daily Journal stands out not only for its baseball-themed nameplate, but for a cover story and graphic on growing old in prison.
Note that both New York tabloids were hits, which is more than the Yankees can say about their home opener. Can’t wait to see the Big Town tabs tomorrow.
Originally posted at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.