Derek Jeter,because no matter what you throw him he will adjust and make you pay.
Who is your favorite pitcher and why?
Mariano Rivera because he is clutch and pressure doesn't bother him at all.
More About Me:
I want to use the talent that GOD has blessed me with. I currently play baseball for Tennessee Wesleyan College. I am having fun playing and going to college. One day if it is in God's will i would love to play professional baseball, that is my dream. I love baseball and I'm working hard right now.
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Travis, if you want to play this game professionally one day it takes tons of hard, repetitive work and learning the game from all angles. Don't ever listen to one way of doing things. Rather listen and learn to all sides and forms of information and sort out what is relevant to you.
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