There will be errors, there will be strikeouts, and there will be heartbreak; but one thing that baseball can guarantee that a woman and money can't, is that it will be there tomorrow and the next day after. Baseball is the spouse that is always there and is always awake when you come home after a long day in school or at work. It waits in clear daylight and is always there to relieve stress and make a man smile even on his worst days. There is a reason that this beautiful game is our nation's pastime, there is a reason that we were all brought up playing tee-ball, little league, high school, and now club; it was instilled in us since birth that we would all love this game and never turn our backs on it when it never let us down.
We are one unit who shares a passion and love for a maybe not so simple game and we will always be grateful for it. When we look back when we are 40 and 50 and so on, we will remember each and every single moment of our baseball careers, our highlights and even our downfalls. For me, a moment that will forever be engraved in my memory is senior year state semifinals against Reading Catholic, I go 3 for 3 in a losing effort and just like that I thought my baseball career was over. I spend two years at York College waiting for another opportunity. Entering my Junior Year, it happened, a sign that my career was not over and I am grateful. I know that many more that are on the York College Club Baseball Team felt the same way and that is why we play the game.