At the time of this post, the Washington Nationals are in the 2016 Divisional Playoffs, one win away from advancing to the National League Championship Series. It's a glorious time to be a Washington National. But for National's outfielder Chris Heisey, life hasn't always been glorious. He has a different word he uses to describe … Continue reading Chris Heisey – Philippians 2:3-4
Chris Coghlan’s life was an ugly mess. It hadn’t started that way. Chris was born in 1985, in Rockville, Maryland, to loving parents Tim and Heather Coghlan. His dad was a police officer. His mother was a teacher. They were both hard workers. Chris had good relationship with his brother, Kevin, and his sisters Katie … Continue reading Chris Coghlan – Ephesians 2:8
Jeanmar Gomez was not supposed to be the closer for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2016. It was supposed to be Ken Giles. But in December of 2015, Giles was traded to the Houston Astros for a group of prosects which included Vince Velasquez, Mark Appel, Brett Oberholtzer, and Harold Arauz. After Giles was traded, the … Continue reading Jeanmar Gomez – Joshua 1:9
Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, New York, Nevada, Arizona, Oklahoma, Colorado, Texas, Venezuela. 10 States. 2 Countries. Packing and moving 19 different times. Collin McHugh’s situation wasn’t exactly what you would call stable. McHugh was drafted by the New York Mets in the 18th round of the 2008 amateur draft. With that, the whirlwind began. He spent … Continue reading Collin McHugh – Jeremiah 29:12-15
Detroit Tiger’s pitcher Daniel Norris is not exactly your typical baseball player. He doesn't play for the money but instead strives to keep his life simple. He was described by ESPN in an article called Man in the Van as a quirky soul who lives by his own code and as a “hippie who … Continue reading Daniel Norris – 2 Peter 3:18
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