Exclusive: Brett Lorin’s Journey and Life After baseball
Brett Lorin is a name that may not be familiar to many baseball fans. Lorin was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the fifth round of the 2008 MLB Draft. The California native never appeared in a major league game but spent time in the Mariners, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Arizona Diamondbacks organizations. He retired in 2015 but has a unique story.
2020 Breeders’ Cup Horse Racing: Top 12 Contenders for the Longines Classic
Heads up, horse racing fans, and start picking your bets for the upcoming Breeders’ Cup 2020! Thirty-seven years in the track, yet people are still on for the annual run of the Grade 1 Thoroughbred horse racing event.
Former Rutgers Linebacker, Stand out High School Running Back Passes Away
Outside of Union, New Jersey, and Rutgers University, the name Brian Sheridan may not be a household name. But for those who were lucky enough to know him or cross paths with him in the Union High School hallway, he was more than just your larger than life jock.
Interview With Wisconsin-Whitewater’s Evan Lewandowski
There are plenty of players that go on to small schools and burst onto the NFL radar during the said time at the small schools. This year, two second-round selections were spent on Kyle Dugger and Jeremy Chinn from Lenoir Rhyne and Southern Illinois respectively. Even some quarterbacks have come from small schools in recent years, most notably Carson Wentz and Jimmy Garoppolo.
It takes a lot to become a professional in any career path. Becoming a professional athlete is among the most difficult. It requires you to be elite, among the best of the best at playing a sport in which thousands of kids every year are trying to make the jump. Case Williams, may not be a name you’ve heard of right now, but the Colorado Rockies fourth-round pick, is prepared to show you that he is more than ready to make the jump from high school to the pros.