Tuesday, December 7, 2010

EXCUSES ARE LIKE POEMS

Hey guys. What a great Tuesday it is. Last night my New England Patriots laid the smack down on the New York Jets to take control of the AFC East and get the inside track to a first round bye and home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Then my fantasy team, which at one time qualified for the "shittiest fantasy football team imaginable" award, snuck in the back door to the fantasy playoffs. I will probably be bounced in the first round, but my motto has always been "just get to the dance and anything can happen." I am pretty excited for next Sunday to see what happens.

I have received a lot of emails over the weekend asking if I have had heard anything from teams or if I had a better idea about where I might be playing come next season. As of right now I am not really sure what is going to happen. I know my agent has talked with teams and he is down at the winter meetings in Orland, Florida as we speak. I should know a lot more once that is over and we have some time to sit down and talk. I will be sure to let everyone know what is going on once I have a better idea.

A lot of people are always asking me for baseball tips. One of my favorite things to do is teach baseball to younger players and offer any advice and wisdom that I have been lucky enough to acquire over the years of playing baseball. Below are some great baseball tips from one of my favorite coaches of all time. Check it out. I know it will make you a better ballplayer, and even if your not, you will get something valuable out of it. Enjoy!


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