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This lightning fast runner just posted a new PR! And best of all, his improvement helped catapult his team to State next week! So proud of you, man!
These guys had a front row seat to see some great baseball tonight. They made the trip to Vanderbilt University to watch practice. Hopefully this gives them some sky high aspirations for the spring season!
Last week at the Trash Pandas game
Our family visited Marlins Park in Miami as part of our vacation last week. We had a great time, but I wouldn’t rank it very highly on my list. I’ll have a revised stadium rankings list coming up soon. Until … Continue reading
Every spring, I’ll put down some thoughts about the fresh MLB season. Of course, 2020 was an anomaly, considering that the season was only 60 games and didn’t get started until late July. This year, I thought I’d wait a … Continue reading
Joshua was recently clear to start swinging the bat again following a major injury earlier this spring. He’s finishing up the season with some great swings, including this loud double to deep right-center in the JV tournament. Proud of him … Continue reading
Lefty has been working hard doing his PT and he was cleared to pitch this week. So good to see him back out there on the mound. Not sure when he’ll be able to swing a bat (probably off the … Continue reading
Jackson had a big night earlier this week at his JV track meet. He set a new PR in the 400M Dash, shaving off three seconds and winning his heat. This is the first time he’s won a heat, which … Continue reading