So, I'm the junior varsity softball coach for my local middle school. Most schools only have a varsity team, but we keep 6th graders in our program so we always have enough to make a second team. They're raw . . . both athletically and in their knowledge of the game. But, the have always give 100% and they come to practice everyday with more energy than I know what to do with. I think their last teacher of the school day just gives them sugar to torture me.
We finished our JV season last week and we went 2-3-1. Yes, we tied . . . try not to get hung up on that . . . it is JV middle school softball after all. Unfortunately, we had four games rained out. This Wednesday our varsity team will begin playing in regional competition, which means our season will end shortly. I always enjoy helping coach the varsity because I can add a little levity to things, which I like to think I'm good at. :)
Before we get to Big Lee, let's take a look at some other Cubs cards that A.J. sent me.
It's rare when my Kerry Wood database doesn't help me when I get a new card. It says I have a silver foil AND a red foil card from this set, but of which card? One of these is new to my collection.
This Kerry Wood card is much easier to identify. 2010 Flagship. Base. So much easier.
Pacific, why do you have to be so crazy?
BOOM! Keischnick and . . . Turk Lown? He got his first name because he loved eating Turkey. Yeah, I stole that little factoid right from The Lost Collector. I'm such a bad blogger.