I'm feeling beyond overwhelmed right now. My team's first baseball game is tomorrow, but it's supposed to snow tomorrow, and I have to be honest that I'm hoping that it does. I'd much rather have the game rescheduled for a nicer day, and much rather have a much, much needed afternoon in my office to grade and catch up on life than shivering through a ballgame.
Tomorrow will consist of a lot of getting ready for the game. Tonight, I went up to Dick's Sporting Goods after dropping three kids off around the city. We don't have enough uniforms, and I bought three tonight to give to the three who will not be getting them. Tonight, I have to find my cleats, my baseball belt, and my scorebook tonight. Tomorrow, I have to get baseball passes printed up, put in an announcement, draw up my lineup, get the bases nailed down, go over grounds, assign tasks in the locker room, and coach third base.
The team is looking really, really good, though. As I stated in my interview with the school newspaper today, "I've never seen a group of such talented kids in my five years of coaching at the school." If anyone in the Baltimore area wants to see some good city high school baseball this spring, you should drop me a line and come see a game.
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