I hope to be back soon.
I mean, it's been just a little bit of everything. We've gotten some stretches where we've had some good offensive production. When the bats cooled down, our pitchers have stepped up.
They played really well. Not to take anything away from them, but we made six errors that game and that probably cost us six runs. Hopefully, this time it will be a close game.
Some people go out in the woods with a gun to hunt. Me, I go out with a list and hunt cars.
He's just a joy to coach. And he's got a smile on his face 24/7.
This was not an act of God. The negligence is pretty clear cut.
We thought about playing at Southern Maine Community College, but that didn't work out. We also couldn't play against a city rival in our small gym at the school, so we decided to just flip-flop our home and away games.
We listen to a lot of Bon Jovi. No seriously, we were just listening to Slippery When Wet on the Bus.
Our whole dynamic is kind of based around that push and pull. Marco is a very skilled jazz musician and I'm rock oriented. When we first started out, that's the way it was, he was very jazz, and I was very rock, and I think that's what has made the sound and the album special. But we've evolved to retain both of those features within ourselves as a result of playing together.
It's been great. I'm enjoying myself. We've had some bumps in the road but for me it's been a normal transition period. I'm trying to get to know the kids again and they're trying to get used to a new face and a new voice in the gym. But overall I'm happy with how they're working.
I try to stress balanced scoring and try to get everyone involved.