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Never considered myself to have idols growing up but I did have a picture of Vida Blue on my bulletin board.  Even tried to model my pitching windup after his.

Never considered myself to have idols growing up but I did have a picture of Vida Blue on my bulletin board. Even tried to model my pitching windup after his.

As a teenager, I was the official scorer for the little league for a couple of years. I had a newspaper column in both the town papers. I also announced some of the game. Even umpired (didn't like parents yelling at me). My hit columns name? "Little League News". As kids growing up - we'd play hardball on the softball field for HOURS. Personally I feel I belong in Cooperstown with some of the other great writers.

As a teenager, I was the official scorer for the little league for a couple of years. I had a newspaper column in both the town papers. I also announced some of the game. Even umpired (didn't like parents yelling at me). My hit columns name? "Little League News". As kids growing up - we'd play hardball on the softball field for HOURS. Personally I feel I belong in Cooperstown with some of the other great writers.

Growing up in the Boston area, Jeff Bagwell was a Carl Yastrzemski fan growing up. Pictured above, Bagwell stands beside Yastrzemski's plaque, months before he gets one of his own. (Milo Stewart Jr. / National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum)

Growing up in the Boston area, Jeff Bagwell was a Carl Yastrzemski fan growing up. Pictured above, Bagwell stands beside Yastrzemski's plaque, months before he gets one of his own. (Milo Stewart Jr. / National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum)

In my last blog, I wrote about what it was like growing up with cerebral palsy. That story primarily concentrated on my elementary school years. As any adult knows, the middle school and high school years can often be the toughest, especially for children with disabilities. I decided I wanted to share my experiences and the lessons I’ve learned in order to encourage others to persevere through the hurdles they face as a teenager.

In my last blog, I wrote about what it was like growing up with cerebral palsy. That story primarily concentrated on my elementary school years. As any adult knows, the middle school and high school years can often be the toughest, especially for children with disabilities. I decided I wanted to share my experiences and the lessons I’ve learned in order to encourage others to persevere through the hurdles they face as a teenager.

"that awkward moment when a child understands the harm of forcing gender roles better than most grown male politicians"

"that awkward moment when a child understands the harm of forcing gender roles better than most grown male politicians"

Grades 5-8 / Baseball, Snakes, and Summer Squash: Poems About Growing Up by Donald Graves

Grades 5-8 / Baseball, Snakes, and Summer Squash: Poems About Growing Up by Donald Graves

Growing up in Western Kansas, I was a Colorado Rockies fan, but after moving to Kansas City and having kids, the Kansas City Royals have become my hometown baseball team.

The Kansas City Royals Are My Hometown Team

Growing up in Western Kansas, I was a Colorado Rockies fan, but after moving to Kansas City and having kids, the Kansas City Royals have become my hometown baseball team.

Joe Garagiola Sr. was part of growing up a baseball fan for many

Joe Garagiola Sr. was part of growing up a baseball fan for many

, who died Wednesday at age brought fun to baseball broadcasting.

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Never Grow Up Shirt. by PoshLittlePeanutLLC on Etsy http://www.etsy.com/?utm_content=buffer3f180&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer... Disney Peter Pan Never Grow Up Infant Baby Toddler

George Brett- I once tore his picture out of a magazine at the library. Forgive me, Mr. Hyatt, but it's George Brett.

George Brett- I once tore his picture out of a magazine at the library. Forgive me, Mr. Hyatt, but it's George Brett.

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