6:30 AM- Alarm clock sounds. Hit snooze
6:35 AM- Alarm clock sounds again. Drop some profanity before shutting alarm off
7:00 AM- Arrive to field to eat breakfast
8:15 AM- Early work- work on either defense, hitting, or base running (sometimes all three)
9:00 AM- Practice starts
11:30 AM- Head into clubhouse for lunch
12:30 PM- Back to field to stretch and prepare for game
1:00 PM- Nine inning game probably against the Houston Astros
4:00 PM- Game is over. Head to weight room for weight lifting session
5:00 PM- Training room to ice any sore muscles. Usually consists of drowning myself in ice tub
5:30 PM- Shower, get dressed, drive to Chic-Fil-A for snack
8:00 PM- Eat dinner
10:00 PM- Goodnight
This is the way my day has pretty much gone for most of the days down here in Florida. We have seventeen more days of camp, so it will continue like this until April 4th when we all break to head to our teams. Every now and then we will play in a night game which throws the normal routine off a bit, but almost everyday is Groundhog Day. For all the people that ask me why I never pick up my phone, haven't been great at answering their emails, or aren't writing as many blog posts, this is mostly why. I say bed time is at 10 PM, but I'm under the covers long before that each night. Once the regular season starts the hours are much better and I'll be back to doing my normal thing. Anyways, I hope everyone has a great St. Patricks Day. It is just about 8 PM and according to my daily schedule it's dinner time. Panda Express here I come! I will talk to everyone later.
P.S, I've always said I would dominate if I were to make an appearance on Dancing With The Stars. Unfortunately, I'm no star, but I can still dream can't I? Anyways, when I show up for DWTS 2023 this is the move that's going to take me to the top.