It's a big part of my life, and helps define who I am as a person. At worst, it's a worthy background noise while I do things around the house. At it's best, it's thrilling entertainment better than anything Hollywood can produce.
I miss it, but there are more important things in life.
|2018 Stadium Club #159 Trey Mancini|
Young Orioles slugger Trey Mancini recently revealed he is battling Stage III Colon Cancer. Living in Virginia, I get to watch a lot of Orioles games on MASN, and he's a bright spot on a team that hasn't had much to get excited about recently. He seems like a good guy, and seems to have a good head on his shoulders. He's exactly the kind of guy a baseball fan roots for.
From what he's written, he's doing very well. It was caught early. He still has a long road of chemo still ahead of him. If baseball is played in 2020, he will not be on that field.
As a cancer survivor myself, I'm keeping him in my thoughts and prayers as he battles this. Seeing him back in uniform again will be a reason for celebration.
Keep fighting, Trey.