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Growing up in Floresville all we ever wanted to do was play baseball. Living out here in California has brought back those old baseball memories. Because of the ... Read More
Growing up in Floresville all we ever wanted to do was play baseball. Living out here in California has brought back those old baseball memories. Because of the weather out here my son plays baseball all year round and my daughter plays fast pitch softball. This month my son will be accepting a scholarship to play baseball at Purdue and my daughter only a freshman is being sought after by some of the major softball college programs in the country.
I told my kids at a young age to pick something they wanted to do and give it their best but I was not going to allow them to sit in front of a computer or the T.V. all day long. Lucky for me they chose baseball and softball.
I think it died in the 1990s. Those of us over 40 grew up playing baseball almost every day. Now there is just no passion for the game. Its not just Poth though, its died ... Read More
I think it died in the 1990s. Those of us over 40 grew up playing baseball almost every day. Now there is just no passion for the game. Its not just Poth though, its died in all of the surrounding towns as well. Heck, you don't see kids even playing outside anymore - its too damn hot for them when they can be playing on their I Pads. If we didn't break as least one window a week growing up in my neighborhood, our parents would start worrying about us.
Publius Valerius Publicola Rome, Tx. April 1, 2013 12:45pm