red wristband inquriy one 1'17'12

red wristband inquriy one 1'17'12 - David Coffman Inquiry 1...

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David Coffman Inquiry 1 Swing and a Miss The crowd is roaring as I step out of the dugout and make my way to the plate. I tap my cleats with my bat, strap on my batting gloves, and gently rub my red wristband. Little did I know this upcoming moment would change my life forever. I try to close my eyes to rest but I can’t stop thinking about the game that haunts my thoughts every time my eyes shut. The red wristband I always wore sits on the table next to me. I slide it carefully onto my left wrist. I shut my eyes and images flash across my mind of anxious fans waiting for me to step up to the plate and crush the ball out of the ballpark leading my team to victory. That didn’t happen though. I froze, my knees grew weak and sweat poured down my face and arms eventually settling into my red wristband. The bat never left my shoulder. It was like the heavy maple of my bat was glued to my jersey. Three fast balls zoomed by me in what seemed like less than a second. Then I returned to the cold dugout never once
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