Here I am, a very determined little girl. I was going to the Texas Ranger game, and the fact that I couldn’t drive was not going to stop me. I have always loved baseball. What happened to the hat on my head? I am told by my parents it crumbled from use, I wore it all the time and I would only take it off for the few minutes to wash my hair and then it was to be placed back on my wet head. I loved that hat. i now own 6 Texas Ranger hats, and 2 Houston Astros hats. Yes, I grew into a die hard ranger fan and baseball fan. When i got to play softball I learned how to bat like Julio Franco. I didn’t have his power but I didn’t strike out and I was fourth in the lineup. I on the field however, I can honestly say I do not belong there, I was horrible. I have great respect for anyone who can catch a pop up. I can play catch pretty well, and if need be I could catch a fast foul ball into the stands, which is why I always take my glove.
Now for the love of the game, as the years went on, I kept watching this game I love, hoping the big bats would send a frozen rope to the stands, I started to learn and understand what was happening, I would argue with calls and I could see why a player miss the ball either at the bat or on the field. It came together for me and it became a passion. Which is why I am here, I am here to share my passion for baseball with you. so Welcome to Miss Baseball, a place where I can share my ideas and thoughts and knowledge to you. Why am I called Miss Baseball? Well I can’t say I chose this name it was given to me, when I worked for the Texas Rangers, one of the executives gave me my name when I knew how to say Justin Duchscherer. I am very excited to start this new chapter in my life and I love for you to join the ride. So lets sit back and Play Ball!