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Autographs, autographs, and the daily life of Scott Chavers

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Hello Beisbolistas!  Please meet Scott Chavers. He’s from Anaheim, California; and he’s been doing the autograph seeking activity for 9 years now. He owns around 20 Mike Trout baseball cards, all signed by the All Star player, and around 200 autographed baseballs, signed by different players. But let’s see what else he owns and done… Read More »

Zack Hample: The Master of Ballhawking

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You can see him in the stands of your local baseball stadium trying to catch a ball, it does not take you more than a minute to realize that it is Zack Hample, who for his charisma and delivery with people makes him unique in this activity: The ballhawking. Hample attended his first baseball game… Read More »

When I visited a young hard worker man

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While I was in Seattle I had the opportunity to be invited to visit a young man who took the decision to leave everything behind in Louisiana, all to strengthen his arm, all for being a good pitcher. Chris Sagrera is just 19 years old, and already has plans in his life, wants to be… Read More »

A free baseball? Must work for it

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If you expect to attend a baseball game, and return home with a ball, be sure to follow these very valuable steps: Greet, show education. Use the magic word “please”. Tries to initiate a small conversation with the player or coach before requesting a ball, this would give a little more confidence when asking if… Read More »

Catchers, do your work!

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For all the catchers who plan to get very far in this sport, make sure you start working long before a baseball game. Every time I attend a amateur baseball game, or high school level; It is very common to see the catchers show their pitchers just before taking the field showing a index finger… Read More »

162 battles, and beyond

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Greetings baseball friends! We are just days away from starting a new season of baseball, leaving behind a long spring training. Let me tell you something, what is lived during these five weeks has no comparison to a regular season of baseball. It’s true, they are long days of work but at the end of… Read More »

Want to succeed? Then work

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Hello baseball player, I hope you are working very hard in the batting cage, on the playing field, and in the gym. I just named these three places for you to develop as a baseball player, as many think that going to batting cage only, and spending 10-15 minutes there will lead you to be… Read More »