I have seen some GREAT videos the past couple of days that I have to share!
* My Alma Mater University of Cincinnati baseball team has the best post game TV interviews. Must see.
Today Show: http://www.today.com/video/today/51988021#51988021
Twitter: “ESPN: The @GoBEARCATS baseball team have made their postgame interviews must see TV; http://bit.ly/12ZXd9O ” (http://imgur.com/gallery/rvjaX)
** I want to hug this woman. so incredible glad she found her dog!
Donate $10 to the OK victims by texting Redcross to 90999.
*** This is just funny. These guys think they can handle childbirth pains. So funny!
I am a huge fan of the Cincinnati Reds. I went to my first Reds game when I was barely 2 weeks old. (My parents are obviously crazy).
I enjoy the atmosphere of being in Great American Ballpark. Of course, like every fan, I want my Redlegs to win all the games and most of the time, they don’t. I am a Cincinnati fan and anyone who knows Cincinnati knows we most likely will lose more often than win. The perks of rooting for any Cincinnati team. I am always proud of the Reds, win or lose. Now I am more proud to call myself a fan.
Teddy Kremer. A 30 year old man with down syndrome. Loves the Reds more than anything! Well the Reds have fallen in love with Teddy. He became the honoree bat boy on Aug 17, 2012. Normally the guest batboy is between 15-19 years old. Luckily the Reds fell in love with Teddy and had to have him in the bullpen!
This is the article that was published on Teddy. http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20120915/NEWS10/309150118/Ted-joined-Reds-day-changed-team-forever
He was recently the batboy again. This time gaining national attention after he told Todd Frazier to hit a homerun and guess what? Todd did. Teddy’s excitement was amazing. He was more excited than Todd. So excited in fact that he forgot to get his bat from home plate and the ump had to tell him to come get it. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/19/teddy-reds-batboy-cheers-_n_3114231.html
Anytime Teddy is in the bullpen, the Reds seem to win. The Cincinnati Reds good luck charm.
These are the sporting moments that ESPN should be focusing on. This is what being a sports fan is all about. Teddy has forever changed the Reds and I hope given all of you a new perspective.
Happy May and let’s go Reds! (And Teddy).
I love movies. I like to go the movie theater, eat popcorn and enjoy the show! My best friend Cortney and I used to rent movies by the dozen.
I went and saw the new Jackie Robinson movie last night, 42.
It was very good. Everyone should see it. It shows what a fight it was back in 1946 for Jackie Robinson to start with the Brooklyn Dodgers as an African American. He was going to be the 1st African American in the MLB and no one was happy about it. So thank you to Branch Rickey for changing the MLB and having confidence in Jackie Robinson.
So glad the world has changed from that time. They way they treated him was horrible and it makes me sick to watch it.
Please go see it and if you already have, let me know what you thought!