Have you ever said something you later regret? If you are like me, than it may also be true that you may find yourself in situations where people are speaking a different language (e.g. Spanish, French, Chinese, etc.).
Are they talking in code?
And worse, do you have any insecurities and often think people are talking about you? Gossip kills!
What about hand signals?
Most people who have ever been to a ballgame have noticed the 3rd base coach touching the brim on his hat, followed by his nose, then his ear, and his arm. Then he does it all over again in a different order.
Is the bunt on? Hit-and-run? Steal?
Well, in baseball coaches and players are signaling each other the entire game. The catcher is telling the pitcher to throw a fastball or curve ball. When there is a runner on 2nd base, then he has to decipher it even more.
More importantly, great teams have strategized any situation and will plan accordingly. They tell the fielders to shift when a heavy hitter gets up to bat. Or perhaps there is a 1st and 3rd situation and want to be alert.
Besides being a huge fan of baseball for the past 53 years, I also played for over 20 years including a recent stint 2012-2019. Back in 1993 I started coaching and have been doing that ever since. Now adays I really enjoy umpiring. And yes, we use signals to tell each other (e.g. 2-man, 3-man, or even WS with 6 umpires) what to do in any situation with base runners.
This past weekend my son and I came up with a signal when there was a good hitter or fast base runner. If he is pitching he needs to keep the runner close – attempt pickoff. And you never want to throw a fast ball down the middle to a 3-hole.
I can’t get this video off my mind => Overcoming Hopelessnes – https://youtu.be/6P2nPI6CTlc by Nick Vujicic. I believe it was your friend the “traveling minister” who had a child of his own was physically disabled.
Here’s to the Crazy Ones
Is it politically correct to call someone a “midget”? What about “retarded”? Did you see the movie “Rainman”? Dustin Hoffman earns an academy award for playing the role of a man with autism. Watch => https://youtu.be/vqbXPfaN_VM
Have you ever heard of Todd White? Watch => https://youtu.be/0W6hKWl_nho
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Unless you were living on the moon over the past year, you might be oblivious to the effects of COVID-19. There will always be conflict. Wars have been started over exchanging insults. Thus, the pandemic has only exasperated our society’s challenges with fear and differences.
Beach Boys cofounder Mike Love
LIFE, LIBERTY, AND CENSORSHIP?
The First Amendment establishes separation between church and state, meaning that religion has no place in the government.
The Bill of Rights reflects the Christian heritage of our nation. The idea of human dignity, that we are created in the image of God, forms the theological basis for human equality and our core principle of liberty (Genesis 1:27, Leviticus 25:10, Matthew 25:40, Mark 12:31).
Ethnic, Racial and Retarded
Best baseball players of all time from Puerto Rico
- Roberto Clemente
- Iván Rodríguez (Pudge)
- Francisco Lindor
- Coach G – Dbat
Roberto Alomar is placed on MLB’s ineligible list after an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct by the Hall of Famer
Hall of Fame second baseman Roberto Alomar has been fired as a consultant by Major League Baseball and placed on the league’s ineligible list after an investigation into an allegation of sexual misconduct.
Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the firing Friday, saying in a statement that a baseball industry employee reported an incident earlier this year involving Alomar from 2014. The league hired an external legal firm to investigate the matter.
In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Alomar and the second or maternal family name is Velázquez.
Born: February 5, 1968 (age 53)
Ponce, Puerto Rico
Batted: Switch Threw: Right
April 22, 1988, for the San Diego Padres
Last MLB appearance
September 5, 2004, for the Chicago White Sox
Batting average .300
Home runs 210
Runs batted in 1,134
Stolen bases 474
San Diego Padres (1988–1990)
Toronto Blue Jays (1991–1995)
Baltimore Orioles (1996–1998)
Cleveland Indians (1999–2001)
New York Mets (2002–2003)
Chicago White Sox (2003)
Arizona Diamondbacks (2004)
Chicago White Sox (2004)
Career highlights and awards
12× All-Star (1990–2001)
2× World Series champion (1992, 1993)
ALCS MVP (1992)
10× Gold Glove Award (1991–1996, 1998–2001)
4× Silver Slugger Award (1992, 1996, 1999, 2000)
Toronto Blue Jays No. 12 retired
Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame