Baseball Is Life
Baseball is all about little things that are equal parts uninteresting and critically important. Advancing the runner. Not swinging at a pitch outside the strike zone. Avoiding the double play. Just like in real life. Very rarely do you have an opportunity to hit a dramatic home run or be a hero at work or in life. Usually, your day involves not hitting “reply all” on an email at the office. Or making sure you don’t accidentally leave a coffee ring on your boss’s $24,000 desk during your annual review.
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