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Rooting My Future There is no crying in baseball The old saying has beeningrained in my head since my early youth at the age of nineThroughout my triumphs and my sorrows I held true to that phraseHowever when I took my final swings on Canyon Yards and my dad washollering his last few words of encouragement a tear fell down my eyeI gulped and held back more tears as I hit my final longball I foughtan uphill battle to keep the tears out of my eyes when I was in thedugout and walking to the car As I opened the car door he emotionallyyet firmly said I am so proud of you Canyon Yards was a commonground for my father and I to bond was the place I learned to work hardand ultimately shaped my future at the IMG Academy My father and I used to not have much in common His thoroughenjoyment of sports did not go well with my love of video games andwatching cartoons However one summer while we watched Saudi Arabia inthe Little League World Series he told me wouldnt it be great to goup to Williamsport one year and watch the Series up there I stoodup looked him firmly in the eyes and stated boldly the only time weare going to the World Series is when I take you there He looked atme puzzled as I was only a beginning baseball player From that pointforward every day we were on the baseball field together Aside fromtime spent on the field with each other we spent a lot more timetogether off the field Common similarities uprose between us like magmaspewing out of a volcano Traditions came about for example we wouldorder a pizza and watch the Houston Texans every Sunday Day by day aswe became closer to one another new forums of discussion opened upToday I feel comfortable calling him up
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