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Matt on Kaplifestyle – The Quantified Athlete, Part 1:
The ultimate goal is to bring self-awareness to areas that need attention and make an action plan to change the necessary habits.
Matt on the Twitter Top Twenty:
He’s created one of the most impressive, creative blogs by any minor leaguer that’s attempted the task. ‘Homeless Minor Leaguer’ exhibits a mix of brutal honesty and humor, positioning itself as an exploration of the journey that is baseball, and the value of pursuing the big league dream.
Matt on Hardball Talk:
But the daily grind of the minor leagues — in which players are paid less than minimum wage — has forced Paré to become comfortable with sleeping on couches, futons, inflatable beds, and “a surprisingly comfortable shaggy rug”. His car has an additional purpose, serving often as his closet.
Matt on Blog Talk Radio:
On this episode Frank and Claudia sit down with SF Giants prospect live at Legend Tavern Sports Grille in Sunrise FL, to talk everything baseball, MiLB, MLB, SF Giants, fans, the game, and life. Come #MeetTheFuture of the MLB on #27outs on TuneIn Radio.
Matt on Minor League Adjustments:
Guys don’t do that. It’s this back and forth — guys will take a few steps back and a few steps forward only to have more adversity hit them. And then eventually, they catapult forward and they’re like, ‘How did I end up in the big leagues?’ And that’s the great story I feel like a lot of people are missing.
Matt on McCovey Chronicles:
Matt Pare, a catcher in the Giants’ organization, recently started writing a blog, and in this entry he talks about some of the ways a poor minor leaguer can stretch his money a little farther. It’s all pretty common sense advice, though the fact that it’s necessary is a testament to the penny-pinching and greed among all major league owners.