The State of Illinois now has a "Stay At Home" order in place that prohibits any non-essential travel or gathering unless, of course, you have things to do. The order was issued by Governor Pritzker and while it tells everyone to stay home, he also gave numerous excuses and exceptions that allowed people to continue … Continue reading Quarantine
Tomorrow marks the start of Spring Training baseball with the Texas Rangers and the Kansas City Royals playing at 2:05PM. I know very little about either team, but it’s the start of the baseball season so I really don’t care, so long as I get to watch baseball. I’ve gotten more into reading up on … Continue reading Start of the 2020 Baseball Season
Finishing the 2019 season with a dismal 54-108 record, the Baltimore Orioles were a team that was neither envied nor feared. Despite having some top players in Trey Mancini and Hanser Alberto, batting .291 and .305 in 2019, the O's managed to have a season plagued with blown leads and a lack-luster bullpen. Despite putting … Continue reading Do the Orioles have any chance of turning their franchise around in 2020?
For the first time in almost two years, the other day I stepped into the box and took some hacks at the batting cages. I haven't played competitive baseball in almost 4 years and haven't played a game in at least two. After tearing my PCL in Jiu Jitsu, I imagined my days of being … Continue reading A Day at the Cages
At work, we've recently changed our schedule so instead of long weeks where we work 8-hour shifts of 6-7 days at a time, we are now scheduled to work no more than 3 days at a time for 12-hour shifts, a schedule we've all been waiting for for quite a while. It has numerous benefits … Continue reading Schedule Change & Life