29
MAR
2012

Sitting In The Park

So I’m not playing ball right now, and I’m fine with that. I don’t miss it. Maybe I will later when the scent of fresh cut grass and hot dogs and Latin player pre game cologne catches my nose again, but I doubt it. Don’t ask me what’s next. What I do know, I can’t talk to you...
19
MAR
2012

A Speedy Recovery.

I received an email from a college pitcher the other day. He was recovering from surgery, unsure if things were going to work out in favor of triumphant on field return. Understandably, this had shaken him. He felt he would be robbed of a life long dream, especially since he felt...
19
MAR
2012

Hudson in Bloom

I’ll be the first to admit to you that Hudson Ohio is not as beautiful as Italy, but it’s got it’s attractive features, especially come spring time.
19
MAR
2012

Pics of a Short Stay In Italia

Here are some shots from my time in Italy. I was sad it was cut short, but I did get a few good visuals. Allow me to share a few with you here.
11
MAR
2012

Italy Journal Entry #1

I’m all packed and ready to go… and this time, I have a plane ticket. I think it’s pretty safe to say that I don’t know what I’m getting myself into. I don’t speak a lick of Italian. I don’t have any friends waiting for me. I don’t even know much about the Italian league other...
04
MAR
2012

Perspective & Diversify…

While training with the Kent State University baseball team the other day, I struck up a conversation with one of the players about what it’s like to play in the professional ranks. These kinds of conversations are interesting because the candor of the player always seems to...
02
MAR
2012

The Life of A Player’s Wife

For our third date, my husband, Dirk, took me to a batting cage. “Cute,” I thought, “the active, sporty date. Well, as long as he doesn’t mind me getting sweaty, it could be fun. Why not?” Then he invited my mother along, which, if your goal is romance, tends to put a damper on...