Tuesday, February 3, 2009

If a baseball player trains in the woods and nobody interviews him, is he still in the best shape of his life?

Who knows?

Gonzalez has lost 15 pounds. He’s a fit 6 feet 2, 200 pounds and in the best shape of his life, he says. He had to have surgery in October to remove a fatty tumor from his back called a lipoma, but it was benign, and he recovered in three weeks.
Kasey Kiker:
“I’m definitely in the best shape of my life,” Kiker said. “Everybody tries to point the finger at, ‘You’re on the disabled list, and you got hurt because you’re not in shape.’ It’s fair, to a point. I’ve worked as hard as I could.”
Dunn is not Ramirez, mind you. But he's 7 1/2 years younger, said to be in the best shape of his career and the only major leaguer to hit 40 or more homers in each of the past five seasons.
Russell Martin:
Russell Martin, the hard-nosed catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, has taken up yoga.

That’s right, the native of Chelsea, Que., best known for his dogged blue-collar work ethic and play-through-all-pain intensity, has made yoga an integral part of his off-season workout regimen for the first time this winter.

“I’ve never felt better,” he said.


rklllama said...

Pitchers and catchers report next week. Players in the best shape of their lives. It's almost spring, as far as I'm concerned.

L. H. Lynch said...

Unlike last year, I am not in the best shape of my life, but I am glad to hear that the baseball players are still going strong.