Whitecaps Season a Success

Despite statistically having one of the worse seasons on franchise history, there is a lot of positives to be found in the West Michigan Whitecaps 2010 season. The fact that the team was 29 games below .500, then bounced back in the second half to make the playoffs was amazing enough. More importantly, though, the season was just fun. Going to the games were fun, and just being able to be at the ballpark instead of anywhere else is victory enough. I was able to spend fun times with my kids and other families were able to do the same. Below is the link to the Whitecaps 2010 promotional video, so everyone can get a feel for a game at Fifth Third Ballpark. I also posted pics from throughout the season of the Whitecaps, Crash, and staff at children’s hospitals, veteran’s hospitals, and other appearances around town. To these folks I think they would say it was a great season.

Whitecaps 2010 Promotional Video


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Now that’s what I like to see from ballplayers! Out in the community, bringing smiles to people’s faces. For that the Whitecaps ought to be seen as a success.
–Jeff
http://redstatebluestate.mlblogs.com/
http://mtrredstatebluestate.com

Nothing says friend better than someone in a baseball jersey and a smile! It will always be true, it’s the little things in life that matter. Take care of those and the big things take care of themselves. A visit to a bedside is priceless for some. Aren’t minor league games with the family magic? Happy to hear the Whitecaps were able to rebound and spark up the summer!
Mike
http://thebrooklyntrolleyblogger.mlblogs.com/

It was great reading the posts and seeing the photos also. But today, what caught my attention is that some people really are that starved for notice. Many individuals choose to get this with simple actions. Shaving your head would be a good example of this. Occasional people just seem sad in things, like going on a reality Television show. However, sometimes the cry for notice comes from doing something drastic, and harming ones’ self or possibly other people. Storro was one of the harmful ones. She forever disfigured her body because of the hoax she did with the acid face assault story.

It was great reading the posts and seeing the photos also. But today, what caught my attention is that some people really are that starved for notice. Many individuals choose to get this with simple actions. Shaving your head would be a good example of this. Occasional people just seem sad in things, like going on a reality Television show. However, sometimes the cry for notice comes from doing something drastic, and harming ones’ self or possibly other people. Storro was one of the harmful ones. She forever disfigured her body because of the hoax she did with the acid face assault story.

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