Bob’s Guestbook (contact us if you want to add a comment on the page)

candleI miss you so very much but am so thankful for our time together. I will love you forever and always hold you close to my heart. Your BL

September 18, 2016

When I first started on the website one of the things I noticed that if someone new like me posted something, and it sat there for awhile with no response Bob would pop up and respond, even to something he might not have been interested in, just to offer a wellcome.

September 17, 2016

So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family

September 17, 2016

Like many others signing this book, I only knew Bob through his writing and his online presence, but it’s clear that he was highly respected for his knowledge as well as the way he treated others. It says a lot when people who never met you in person think so highly of you, but that is certainly one of the legacies that Bob leaves behind. His words will resonate forever.

September 17, 2016

I will sure miss Bob’s comments on baseball (in general) and his remarks on 19th century players, which seemed to be a special interest of his. Please know that the family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

September 17, 2016

For those of us who only knew him online, Bob set an example with his scholarship, his humor and his decency. His memory will live on. Deepest sympathies to the family, his love for which shone from every word he wrote. –steve161

September 16, 2016

I never met Bob face-to-face; but I’ll miss him as much as many I knew well for years. He “played the game the right way.”

September 16, 2016

Bob wrote often of his love for his his family – Mindy, Caitlin, his father and siblings. Peace be with you all. He will be missed.

September 16, 2016

I knew you to be a true gentleman. We will miss you.

September 16, 2016

Bob was always a gentleman even when we disagreed. I will miss him. God bless.

Bob wasn’t a religious man, but with any luck it won’t matter. I bet it would tickle him to come back as an otter, and it wouldn’t surprise me a bit if he became the first otter in the wild to get Bobby Mathews into the Hall of Fame.
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Terry Vent
Spokane,Washington
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