Baseball is America's pastime, and whether you're checking out a Little League game, hangin' out with Buster and the Lakewood Blueclaws, or heading into NYC or Philly to watch the Majors, this time of year you can watch baseball at any level. But what if you could watch it in a differe…
Whether you love the Yankees as I do, or root for any team playing against them, we can all agree that star closer Mariano Rivera is an incredible player who will be missed in baseball. It was an emotional night in the Bronx last night as Mo left the diamond for the last time.
Like a lot of people, I'd be pretty stoked if I caught a foul ball at a baseball game, or if, even better, a player threw me a dead ball. I would NEVER, though, blatantly steal said ball out of the hands of a little kid. Apparently not everyone feels the same way.
Todd Frazier threw the winning pitch in the 1998 Little League World Series catapulting Toms River, NJ into the international spotlight. Frazier now plays in the majors for the Cincinnati Reds, but Toms River is still his home and he is still "Jersey Strong."
I am so excited to be the public address announcer at the Lakewood BlueClaws game tonight at First Energy Park. As a little boy I was like so many other kids dreaming of being a baseball player. As you know, that didn't work out so well.