That is a remarkable story. Thanks
Welcome home Jeremy. Have some fun with your family. It will be the family
memories that will occupy your mind in your 80's and 90's... not so
much baseball. Baseball was a vehicle to assisting others and putting yourself
in a position to really do some things that matter. Go bless the world.
While the last game may not have been as desired, he left knowing that he had
given all he could, and having enjoyed what the vast majority of people never
get to taste. Playing beyond childhood is a privilege only a small percentage
ever get to experience. Thanks to a man who did it right, supported by his
family, and who understands that true strength lies back there, at home, with
Good for him, I'm glad hard work paid off for him and his family.