Oh yeah, I almost forgot, screw the coaches along with Monson.]]>
Yes, Romney cried himself to sleep, but he woke up the next morning resolved to be the “bigger man.” He decided to become the one who would one day be walked.
What can we learn from this whole story? That children do have integrity. It is sad that these coaches blatantly have lied about what they knew.
Romney is my nephew and I am not just proud of him, but the pitcher. What remarkable young men… Romney for deciding to go on with his life and learn from it all and to the pitcher who tried to stand up for what was right, but was knocked down by a coach who let his ego get in the way.]]>
It is all in attitude I guess. If the best hitter on the opposing team is coming up to bat with the winning run in scoring position then you pitch around him to get to a not so good hitter- it’s just a game of chess anyway- either kill or be killed.]]>
No intentional walks at that age I say.]]>