In local news…

Due to unforeseen circumstances (an injury), there will be no baseball images of G posted for a few months.


14 thoughts on “In local news…

  1. Q, a fan says:

    😦 take care

  2. karen says:

    Uh oh and ouch….I hope the injury isn’t too serious and heals up quickly. Sending good wishes your family’s way…..I can also send ice if that would come in handy…..

    • Thank you Karen. The injury: fractured collarbone.

      Didn’t happen on the baseball diamond. Happened at school after another student jumped on him, knocking him to the ground.

  3. karen says:

    He got tackled. At school.

    Must hurt and have been upsetting on many levels for many people, including your boy.

    So sorry.

    Not a fun way to start the summer……maybe ice cream will help?

    • He actually felt sorry for the other boy (because he was suspended… for a day). So, he contacted him over the weekend to let him know there were no hard feelings. I must say, my son is the man I aspire to be, lol…

  4. mewanchuk says:

    Very sorry to hear, Peter. 😢 Very painful injury.

    Wishing him a speedy recovery.

  5. Dave Uhlig says:

    That’s a house rule where we live. Break a bone, get ice cream. Sending well wishes. That’s a bummer.

  6. Ice cream every night? Oh, you are definitely good parents.

    As long as it isn’t tofu ice cream.

  7. Aivaras says:

    Ouch. Sorry to hear that. Pass good wishes.

  8. Ashwin Rao says:

    Ouch. Bummer. G seems resilient, and he will heal. Still, getting jumped can’t be easy on him, especially when it takes him away from a cherished activity, hurts, and requires time for recovery.

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