Words don't describe how that feels. That's probably the biggest win we've had since I've been here. We should have beat them the first time, but this time was redemption and it feels really good.
like a lot of research tends to overlook children in some areas.
We just have to hold onto the ball and move it down the field and score. If we can put some points on the board, we're going to be alright.
He can't evacuate with his wife and my niece, we're a little on edge about that but the hospitals taking every precaution to make sure the staff members area safe.
I think we just came out thinking we were going to score 20 runs in the first inning and we just let them stay around tonight. We just didn't bring our game and got lucky to get a win, really.
I was totally discombobulated. I wondered why was I here in Rochester and when the community embraces me, I just feel at home,
Most of them come in here with just this overwhelming feeling of being lost. They don't know what happened and they're not sure what's going to happen.
We work hard. We don't hang out a lot, but we get a lot done. We're used to flying by the seat of our pants.
I truly believe I was sent there for a purpose. Other than the Red Cross, fate sent me there to help my brother.
I just didn't let my first two at-bats help me and knew I had to something to help the team out whether it was a base hit or a home run. I gave a little pose, but I got kind of lucky that it got out I didn't hit it as well as I thought I did.