What if a ball splits in half after it’s hit?
What if an infielder’s shoe or glove comes off and a base runner trips over it
What if Joe West blocks the path of a baserunner who was barking about his strike and ball counts the night before.
What if Shoei Otani was now playing in the ‘Non Caucasian League’
What if the Rays could afford a 200 Million dollar player payroll and New York was on the border of Missouri and Kansas and Los Angeles was in Nebraska
What if a runner is as at second to start an extra inning game through no fault of the pitcher and winds up scoring. Is that an earned run?
What if your step daughter died of substance abuse because you couldn’t hold her on second/
Her name was Kara.
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Happy, I certainly did not see this post going to the ending it did. So sorry for your loss.
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That’s heartbreaking. I’m so sorry.
To all of your I have to apologize because it is misleading. Kara died about 12 years ago. I was thinking about it last night as I have been doing every night for the last 12 years.
When do you get over losing a kid? You don’t.
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It doesn’t matter how long ago it was. I have a step-daughter too. The only time I ever use “step” is when I have to, like on legal forms. She is my daughter. If I ever lost her, I honestly don’t know how I’d be able to deal with it. Loving someone is the absolute best thing in life. Losing someone you love, conversely, is the absolute worst. Not thinking about her every day, not missing her/mourning her would, in my view, be abnormal.
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Kara was 1 1/2 years old when I met her. I think I fell in love more with her than her mother. Her love of me and that of her surviving sister I consider to be among the greatest honors of my life.
We both know how hard it is to be a step dad. Kara’s dad, who made a point of never doing anything to undermine me (think about how hard that must of been for him0 died a couple of months ago
Yeah I also hate the word “step’. or in relation to my biological son and daughter “half” brother – sister to my “step” daughters
Thank you and everybody else for your friendship