About Ross

I have been a faithful Phillies follower all my life. Today I am most intrigued by those players in the minor league system who work every day of the year to make it to the Show. This is what this blog is mostly all about.

To read more, click here:
https://baseballross.wordpress.com/2012/02/05/how-i-got-started-in-baseball/

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9 Responses to About Ross

  1. Brad Asche says:

    I like the way you think.

  2. ojdiddoit says:

    love the way you think..i say go young now rj

  3. Pnemiller says:

    I just found your excellent blog–I am also a lifelong Phillies fan (even went to Curt Simmons Day in Egypt, PA a few weeks ago). I love the atmosphere and enthusiasm of the minor leagues and luckily live between Reading and Allentown so can see both teams regularly. Am particularly interested in the progress of Justin Friend and Tyler Cloyd–I feel they should both move up sometime soon. Keep up the great work..

  4. john mac anally says:

    Keep it up ross u are a kindred fan. My lineup. 1 howard 2 utley 3 asche ss galvis c chooch lf RUF cf gilles rf wil myers obtained for rollins d.brown and tom joseph. John from ne.

  5. Sportsmama says:

    Thank you for the blurb on our son, Clearwater is a little distance from Seattle…

  6. matt says:

    Hello, would u have a Phils’ minor league spring training schedule? thanks

  7. Herm Card says:

    Ross: I have a question about a recent (June 11) play in a Lakewood v Lexington game. On an umpire facebook page I belong to, a question came up as to Nick Rodesky’s 9th inning balk. While everyone else was trying to spot the twitch or misstep he made, it seem clear to me from the youTube video that teh balk was called because the first baseman was attempting a hidden ball trick after the pickoff attempt, and Rodesky (in the opinion on the plate umpire, at least) was on or astride the rubber, or at least assuming a pitching position without the ball. The balk is not explained on the clip. Rodesky appears to be pointing out to the umpire that he was not on the rubber when the clip ends. If you can shed some light on this for me, I would appreciate it.
    Thanks.
    Herm Card, Syracuse, NY

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