R.I.P Nick Adenhart

  This blog goes out to the Adenhart’s in this tough time, I know that this is late but I just wanted to write a blog and tell you how this tragic time has touched ball players everywhere.  I can only talk for our team, we were all watching Sportscenter and getting ready to watch the Masters and to start our season, not even knowing what happened in Anaheim the night before.  When the news passed threw the bottom line that morning our whole team couldn’t believe the horrible news, the shocked look on everyones face with that gloss in all our eyes.  I don’t think one person on our team new Nick on a personal level but it felt like we all did that day, he was a part of our baseball family and it felt like that we lost one of our family members.  I mean as a human being you don’t ever like to hear about anyone die or anything like that but when it happens like this it really hits home.  So our prayers go out to the Adenhart’s and to all the other 3 family’s involved.  

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Bally – we all shared in the sorrow of the Angels’ family when we heard the news. It was a very tragic reminder of just how uncertain life is and the dangers of drinking and driving. We fans have all you guys in our thoughts and prayers.

Julia
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Bally, I know your sentiments about Nick are shared by many. Although many of us (myself included) didn’t even know who he was before we lost him, I think the entire crowd at opening night at Nats Park sensed the loss during the moment of silence that was held for him before the first pitch.I hope you guys are taking care of each other up there in Syracuse. You (and the team) had a solid outing last night. It’s a nice feeling this season to know the Nats now have some depth at triple-A to call upon.Take care,Rob

Bally, I know your sentiments about Nick are shared by many. Although many of us (myself included) didn’t even know who he was before we lost him, I think the entire crowd at opening night at Nats Park sensed the loss during the moment of silence that was held for him before the first pitch.I hope you guys are taking care of each other up there in Syracuse. You (and the team) had a solid outing last night. It’s a nice feeling this season to know the Nats now have some depth at triple-A to call upon.Take care,Rob

Bally, I know your sentiments about Nick are shared by many. Although many of us (myself included) didn’t even know who he was before we lost him, I think the entire crowd at opening night at Nats Park sensed the loss during the moment of silence that was held for him before the first pitch.I hope you guys are taking care of each other up there in Syracuse. You (and the team) had a solid outing last night. It’s a nice feeling this season to know the Nats now have some depth at triple-A to call upon.Take care,Rob

(sorry about all the dupe posts…!)

Great game today Bally !!!! Tell us how it felt… Are you back in the groove, bro???

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