Sean Kazmar Jr: Professional Baseball Player

“The best 48 days of my life.” – Sean Kazmar, Jr Nearing the end of his 5th professional baseball season, Sean Kazmar Jr strode to the plate in San Diego’s Petco Park. The date was August 13th, 2008. It was his first Major League Baseball at-bat, the culmination of a lifelong dream. He’d been drafted by the Cardinals in the 32nd round out of high school, but turned that down to play college baseball. After a year of college baseball he’d been drafted again, this time by the A’s in the 37th round, but turned it down once more. Then, … Continue reading Sean Kazmar Jr: Professional Baseball Player

The Rise of MVFree! (Daryll – obviously)

In many ways the career of Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman is one of patience, trust, and a belief in himself and those he surrounds himself with. Freddie went to high school in Southern California and it was clear he was very good at baseball. Perfectgame.org had this to say about the tall first baseman “Freeman is one of the top pure hitters in the ’07 high school class and was ranked #7 among PG National Top 100 position players. When he is swinging the bat well, he is a fun to watch hit as anyone in this class. … Continue reading The Rise of MVFree! (Daryll – obviously)

Washington Nationals Stun Milwaukee Brewers in National League Wild Card Game (Giuseppe)

The Washington Nationals faced off against the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Wild Card Game Tuesday night in Washington. Max Scherzer took the bump for Washington while Brandon Woodruff got the ball for the crew. This would be a … Continue reading Washington Nationals Stun Milwaukee Brewers in National League Wild Card Game (Giuseppe)