Diego Energetic, Honest, Trustworthy, Hard Working Son of Luis and Cristina, Brother of Daniel Lover of his parents, school, and baseball Who feels thankful for his family, friends, a home, and for everything that he has Who finds happiness playing baseball, learning new things, and problem solving Who needs his mom to help him with … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Diego S
Jackson Funny, energetic, loud, clever Son of Kerry and Sarah, brother of Catherine Lover of jokes, baseball, and his little sister Who feels thankful after each member of his family wishes him goodbye before school, when he joins his friends in class, and when he hits a double in the gap. Who finds happiness in … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Jackson C
Peter Honest, self-sufficient, knowledgeable, selfless Son of Anthony and Janine, brother of Andrew Lover of life, family, and America’s pastime; baseball Who feels thankful for the life he was given, life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get, and blessed for his friends and family Who finds … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Peter
Conor Loving, kind, happy, smart Son of Larry and Lisa, brother of Emma Lover winter, keeping busy and reading Thankful for his family, liberty and the roof over his head Who feels the small moments in life are the best, winter is the best season and his dog Norman is the best Who finds happiness … Continue reading Bio Poem: Conor
I recently finished reading the book Heat by Mike Lupica. This 220 page realistic fiction novel released in the year 2007. This isn’t the only sports book that Mike Lupica has published. Some of his other amazing stories consist of Travel Team, Million-Dollar Throw, QB 1, The Big Field and many many more. One of the … Continue reading Tiernan’s Letter Essay #4: Heat
I have just recently finished reading the book Moneyball. This is an amazing 286 page non-fiction novel by Michael Lewis, who has written many other good books such as Flash Boys, Boomerang: Travels In The New, Third World, The Big Short: Inside The Doomsday Machine, Panic, The Blind Side, and of course, Moneyball: The Art … Continue reading Tiernan’s Letter Essay #3: Moneyball
I’m from my loving parents, Denise and Kevin, my brother and sister, Rory and Mackenzie, and from my dog who cheers me up if I am having a bad day, Montoya. I’m from those summer days in the in the backyard playing whiffle ball in with my brother, hitting home runs and making amazing … Continue reading Tiernan, Where Are You From?
I’m from my hard-working mother and father, Robyn and Jonathan, my long-time dog Bosco, always making me smile, even on his last days with us, and Barkley, my new puppy. I’m from the big white house on the long black gravel driveway with the huge, dark green yard, perfect for doing anything under the … Continue reading Grant, Where Are You From?
I’m from Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, which are my favorite team. The Red Sox won for the 3rd consecutive time out of 4 years as my dad and I watched an emphatic 9-2 win over the White Sox. My other experiences at Fenway watching the Red Sox include a 2-1 win … Continue reading Matt, Where Are You From?
Jake, where are you from? Where are you from, Jake? I’m From baseball practice everyday, smacking homers over the left field fence, but still never in a game, dreaming of the big stage playing in front of thousands of fans every night and getting that walk of hit. I’m from delicious home cooked … Continue reading Jake, Where Are You From?