From Living in His Parents’ Basement to Doing the Impossible
After graduating from college in the midst of The Great Recession, he couldn’t find a job. Living in his parents’ basement and feeling bad about life, he created a challenge for himself called The Impossible List.
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Los Angeles Dodgers Advance Scouting Analyst Pat O’Shea
Pat O’Shea is an Advance Scouting Analyst for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He previously pitched at Haverford College (Division III) where he helped the Fords win the 2016 Centennial Conference…
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This article originally appeared on dancalamai.com. You could say I enjoy obscure sports. At the family bar-b-que, you’ll find me outside taking a friendly game of croquet way too seriously. In college,…
Detroit Tigers Prospect & D3 Alum Robert Klinchock
Robert Klinchock is a left-handed pitcher in the Detroit Tigers organization. Despite pitching 3 straight complete game shut-outs and helping Shenandoah University win back-to-back conference championships, he wasn’t invited to…
The Rise, Fall, and Resurgence of Former Blue-Chip Prospect Michael Porter Jr.
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