Morning News – A Moment of Silence is Needed
One of my favorite baseball traditions is when a guy hits a home run and no one greets him in the dugout to celebrate. While that didn’t happen to Jason Heyward yesterday, I feel like we need to take a moment of silence to celebrate the achievement in yesterday’s game.
Heyward would also put up a double, so maybe things are turning in the right direction for J-Hey. God, I hope so.
In other news, is anyone watching the World Baseball Classic? This is the first time I’ve decided that I’m going to really get into it and it’s a treat. I watched the opening game yesterday on archive on MLB.tv between Israel and Korea and saw a 10 inning 2-1 win by Israel, which surprised me. Sam Fuld and Jason Marquis played in the game and both did well. Last night I turned on Israel against Chinese Taipei, but it started too late for me to stay up past a couple innings. Israel is 2-0 in their pool. As I write this, there are some good games going on. Seriously, if you haven’t checked it out, give it a look.
That’s all I’ve got today. Enjoy the day and be nice to people.