Posted on June 3, 2013 by coachdeck
The story in today’s L.A. Times by Eric Sondheimer is sure to draw a strong reaction from readers. Is Art Felix’s obsession with his daughter Angelica’s, (Jelly) softball career the case of a loving father-daughter relationship, or an overzealous parent with misplaced priorities?
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Posted on May 31, 2013 by coachdeck
Our own Youth League Sales Manager, Tom Waters, threw out the first pitch at the May 29, 2013 Louisville Bats game versus the Columbus Clippers. From what we know about Tom it is no surprise he strode to the mound with confidence and fired a strike down the middle!
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Posted on May 30, 2013 by coachdeck
The May issues of our OnDeck Newsletter are available for your reading pleasure. Great articles by Dave Hudgens and Tony Earp highlight the baseball and soccer editions respectively.
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Posted on May 29, 2013 by coachdeck
You probably all saw the horrific photograph of Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman being pushed from the scene of the explosion by Carlos Arredondo, (the hero in the cowboy hat). Last night, the Boston Red Sox and Major League Baseball honored them by having them throw out the first pitch at Fenway park. The ear-to-ear smile from Jeff and the perfect strike he throws are worth watching.
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Posted on May 28, 2013 by coachdeck
For anyone who needed another reason to like and respect the classy Peyton Manning, the L.A. Times’ Sam Farmer writes of the quarterback’s penchant for sending letters to retiring players, and the reasons he cites for the unusual practice.
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Posted on May 26, 2013 by coachdeck
Yesterday, we told you about Eric LeGrand, the Rutgers football player who was paralyzed during a game. To help with the immense costs of his rehabilitation, he is hosting his third annual Walk To Believe on June 15 at the High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, N.J. You can learn more about this event or donate by visiting awalktobelieve.org.
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