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we left Loek Van Mil in big troubles a few weeks ago...

https://totallympics.com/index.php?/topic/768-baseball-2018-discussion-thread/&do=findComment&comment=184422

 

but it looks that he fully recovered from the injury and he's already back in good shape...

 

last Sunday he had a very good (and decisive) outing for his Brisbane Bandits in the semifinal series of the ABL...

 

and earlier Today he did pitch once again for his team in game #1 of the ABL Finals and he did have another good (decisive) outing, playing a perfect 7th inning and a scoreless (he gave up just 1 hit) 8th, before handing the ball over to Brisbane's closer Ryan Searle for the last 3 outs of the game...

 

now he and his team are just 1 win away from the 4th title in a row in the ABL (game #2 is scheduled for Saturday @ 9 a.m. CET, live for free on Youtube, ABL Baseball page)...

 

here you can watch the full game #1 of the ABL Finals (as written before, Van Mil's performance came into the 7th and 8th innings, starting @ about 2h14m30s of the video)...

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time for the Opening Day in many of the most important leagues around the World...

 

here we are in South Korea, where the local KBO didn't leave anything unattempted to promote the show...

 

in this case, that's what happened at the Opening game of the reigning champions, the SK Wyverns of Incheon...:yikes:

 

https://www.mlb.com/cut4/korean-team-uses-dragons-on-opening-day

 

 

Idols! they're absolutely my new idols!!! :lol:

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On 31/01/2019 at 15:44, phelps said:

@heywoodu

we left Loek Van Mil in big troubles a few weeks ago...

https://totallympics.com/index.php?/topic/768-baseball-2018-discussion-thread/&do=findComment&comment=184422

 

but it looks that he fully recovered from the injury and he's already back in good shape...

 

last Sunday he had a very good (and decisive) outing for his Brisbane Bandits in the semifinal series of the ABL...

His family has announced today he has died, aged 34. Only last weekend he announced his retirement. 

 

The Dutch federation has been asked by the family (and so will of course listen to their wishes) not to announce more details about the situation.

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26 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

His family has announced today he has died, aged 34. Only last weekend he announced his retirement. 

 

The Dutch federation has been asked by the family (and so will of course listen to their wishes) not to announce more details about the situation.

 

 

nooo...

what a pity!

R.I.P. :cry:

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Huge announcement from USA Baseball today: https://www.usabaseball.com/news/joe-girardi-named-team-usa-premier12-manager/c-309769698?tid=216632610

 

I have much respect for what this man can do with a team. It should be interesting to see how much he improves the national team.

 

“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair” - Nelson Mandela

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