Tuesday, July 15, 2008

HR Derby

Did y'all see Josh Hamilton last night in the Home Run Derby? If not, take a quick peek into his story here...then read about what he did last night here.

It is an amazing story, one that I have been watching for a couple of years now.

Congratulations to Josh and his family! What an amazing display he put on last night.


Claire and I went and saw Hancock on Sunday. It was silly, stupid and campy, yet it was a lot of frigg'n fun. Both Claire and I enjoyed it. Just thought I would pass that along.


Wonderful World of Weiners said...

Yes, you can get Brownie points on Atkins.



for a different kind of girl said...

His story is amazing! It's too bad that all I've heard about this game over the course of the week is just those of the "celebrities" who are out there, and not this gentleman's course. Thanks for sharing this.

Kelly said...

I haven't watched the derby yet, we recorded it! I didn't know his past story, and am so glad to have read it. What an ispiration!

Thanks for sharing that!

Katelin said...

wow i didn't realize he had such a story. i didn't get to watch the derby but heard about it, 28 wow?! but he lost!? seriously other players should have just forfeited so he could win it all :)

April said...

Wasn't that awesome?? My heart wanted to burst. And my boys watched it too. What a great example to young people. His mama must be proud!

kimmy said...

That was pretty amazing! And, a great story!

Can you believe that the All-Star game went into 15 innings?


Bogart in P Towne said...

WWoW - Your will power is great...even if you can't stop taking brownie points.

DKG - Glad to share...it is a great story.

Kelly - It was amazing...hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.

Katelin - Nobody cares who won...most people will never remember that...but most won't forgot what they say Josh Hamilton do.

April - So awesome

Kimmy - I was only awake through 5 innings (530am running prevents staying up too late!), but watching the highlights this morning was great!