Off the Field
Adam Greenberg was like any other baseball player who had dreams of one day suiting up in a big league uniform and living out his dream. He started his journey in Guiliford, Connecticut where he attended Guiliford High School. He was a four year letter winner for the baseball team
Talent is contagious there is no way around it. Surrounding yourself with a group of talented people will make you better in the process. Too many times in sports we see people wanting to be the star, the one in the spotlight, even to the detriment of themselves. Playing on
Having played on teams my whole life, I have a problem with former players who come out and throw former teammates under the bus. First, Jose Canseco and now Eric Gagne- both once great players who subjected to writing books about their careers. These books are a most telling stories
Obviously grades are important whether you are an athlete or not. Slacking in school shows immaturity through not being able to see the big picture. When it comes to baseball recruiting, grades are much more important due to the numbers involved. In college baseball, there are only 11.7 scholarships allotted
Every day on ESPN you hear something about leadership within a team. Recently it has been about the Chicago Bears Jay Cutler and his treatment of one of his offensive lineman. Some have said it is the mark of a fiery leader; others have called him a whiny, selfish player.