Just in time for the weekend, Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez has a new post to his MLB Pro Blog!
Thursday was Carlos Martinez Day in Fairmont City, Illinois, as the Cardinals starter stopped by Granby Park to meet youngsters and work with them on baseball skills. The player nicknamed “Tsunami” wrote about the experience in his new MLB Pro Blog, The Wave of Perseverance — complete with photos and video of the event. He also explained why this type of work is so important to him, given his upbringing. Take a look, leave Carlos a comment, and make sure you’re Following his blog so you get notifications of new posts via email!
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This week I wrote an MLB.com story about #JerseyDay, which is happening today and next Friday. The occasion will be celebrated at 15 MLB ballparks today and then the other 15 ballparks next Friday.
I hope to see a lot of blog posts around here showing you in your baseball jersey. Please leave a comment here with your Permalink so we can track you down and naturally give it a little fashion-police love.
Special thanks to my awesome MLB.com colleague Josh Brown for the hookup. I’ve been collecting a lot more…
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Discover new blog posts by baseball fans like you as we start the week with the Monday Around the Horn post. We’re using RSS feeds based on interesting fan blogs we already know of, and checking team nickname tags at WordPress.com, for starters. One thing you can help with is leaving URLs of interesting baseball blogs, including your own, at http://MLB.com/blogs in the comments.
From the Corner of Edgar & Dave tells how Felix Hernandez had a Mother’s Day to remember, becoming the fourth-youngest pitcher in MLB history to reach 2,000 strikeouts and passing Randy Johnson for second place on the Mariners’ all-time wins leaderboard with 131. Naturally, King Felix dedicated the game to his mother and his wife. Meanwhile, we’re looking forward to reading more from Clarissa, who wrote about a recent visit to Safeco Field in her Clarissa’s World blog.
Michael Pineda made strikeout news of his own on Sunday with a dazzling 16-strikeout, 7-inning outing for the Yankees. The Cutoff Man discusses how pitch count ultimate denied Pineda a shot at Ron Guidry’s franchise single-game strikeout mark of 18.
Gillian felt compelled to share this striking photo of Clayton Kershaw delivery from high up in Dodger Stadium in her That’s G blog. Kershaw wasn’t at his typical best, but Dodger Insider explains how…
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Introducing our newest Player blog: Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez. He welcomes you with an introductory story about how he got the nickname “Tsunami.” Take a look and leave him questions and comments!
Welcome to my new blog. The nickname ‘Tsunami’ is a story in itself, so to make a long story short, here it is.
As a kid, I had Big League dreams like any other youth baseball player from Puerto Plata, D.R. For me it was more than putting on a Major League Baseball uniform, playing on TV, or having my name chanted by thousands of fans. I had the vision of getting my family out of poverty, having a future and making my hometown proud. I’ve had a lot of ups and downs on my road to the Big Leagues, but for the sake of this blog let’s just say there was a WAVE of adversity.
Although very skinny and smaller-sized as a teenager, I felt I had the ability to play the game as a position player. I was a confident hitter. I felt I could hit at the…
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Really enjoyed seeing the Rangers’ Bark in the Park recap post by Kaylan Eastepp, the Rangers’ director of interactive and social media. This is one you have to see. Follow the Sweet Spot in Baseball blog, and join us at the all-new MLB.com/blogs portal as we surface cool posts around the baseball community. And as long as we’re on the subject, I’m going to take this opportunity to give some love to my English Bulldog, King Bingley (OK and my wife, sorry), so feel free to comment here or at MLB.com/blogs with shots of your own baseball pet.
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