Sunday, May 11, 2008

Extra Innings

The thing about baseball is with 156 games in one season, nobody expects perfection. Life isn't over when you drop one game. You're bound to make a mistake when you have 100 fielding chances per month. You're considered an above average player in you get a hit 1/3 of your total at-bats.

They say the hardest things someone can do is try to hit a moving object. Therefore baseball is bound to be challenging when the main task is to do that.

It's a game of skill and a game of endless hours of hard work.

Because at the end of the season the team that works hardest will have more wins and be the better team.

I like it, losing isn't fun, but it isn't the end of the world.

You win some, you lose some and some get rained out.

Sunday, May 4, 2008

Stop This Train

Growing up is inevitable. We have not choice but to do it. I've been fighting this process for quite some time. I feel like life is too short, too sweet and too enjoyable to spend tall my time trying to get ahead.

I've recently discovered what I want to do for my career, and I'm really happy doing it. I can't imagine doing something else and being anywhere near as happy.

So I've been spending a lot of time working and trying to do well. I realized that I've been growing up and not even realizing it.

I would rather spend my time growing up an enjoying it rather than fighting the process and missing out on so many wonderful opportunities before me.

Beside, I've recently learned that you're never too old to dress up like a cowboy and play with toy guns like little kids.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

We Like Our Dogs With Mustard and Relish

I'm waiting for my call to come.

Just like the 24 players on the Salt Lake Bees roster, I'm working hard trying to impress someone so they'll take me up in Anaheim.

The pressure is there on every move. I need to take every chance to be the best I can be and to do the best I can do.

Now I know this sounds silly because I am not actually playing baseball, but I'm trying to work my way into the Bigs. Only on the communications staff.

I love baseball, like an insane amount and It is where I want to be.