Peanuts and Cracker Jack? That’s so boring. A normal hot dog? Meh.
Now that baseball season is in full swing — pun intended — stadiums across the country are bringing their “A” game when it comes to giving the classic ballpark frank some ridiculously caloric (but creative) modifications.
Naming your child is a big deal and takes a lot of time and consideration. That’s why the way Robert Querry, a high school baseball coach forHeritage High School in Palm Bay, Florida, chose to name his second son is making some headlines.
Querry has been coaching for 11 years, and when he took the coaching job, the team had come off of three losing seasons.
But he could see how they had the potential to do great things, and respected them because they never quit.
For wrestler Sammy Brooks, winning a Big Ten wrestling championship could be attributed to hard work and perseverance. But that’s not what he wants to talk about. No, he has something much more powerful on his mind…and his head.
When you go to a baseball game, you go for the peanuts, the Cracker Jacks, and to take in, well, the actual game. That is unless you’re a kid not really into a Spring Training game and much more into your phone.
That kid almost got a bat in the head, and photographer Christopher Horner has proof of a heroic home run by a dude with spectacular reflexes.
So let’s go back to that moment. He’s at the game, looking at his phone, and the crack of the bat doesn’t even cause him to look up and see…