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I again want to apologize for those who end up lacking or in no pictures at all.
I love the action photos where everyone is just standing around.
I would consider pulling a Sam
That was the second time that inning I forgot what the runners on base situation was.
And as soon as someone finds out where RB works, I have a picture of him eating to send them. Unless he decides to hack into my phone and steal it, which he probably has already done.
Thankfully Ms Lassus missed my tumble in the dirt and only caught the end of the rundown where I simply said "screw this" and let a gimpy Snapper tag me out.
I tagged somebody out in a "run" down.
On to planning ATL and CHC?
I definitely have to do some practicing before next year.
chasing a chicken nine hours a day
As for recovering, I'm here to brag that because I play softball during the summer, and tennis year round 2-3 times a week, this game didn't even register as the smallest blip on the radar.
Coming 45 minutes late helped as well, I guess.
I can jog and walk fine, but bending it or extending my leg out quickly does not feel right at all.
Dropping a pinky + overlap grip will also cure what ails. Takes some getting used to, but once you do... POW!
Also, late thanks to Fred LNRSA in #414 for the batting grip advice. I sometimes drop the pinky already, but an "overlap grip", which I'd never heard of before, sounds like a pretty radical change. If I find myself in a batting cage I'll give it a try.
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