In this case, we don't know how the body's natural healing abilities, along with the player's own training, influenced the outcome.
We gave him the means, but he has the focus and desire, the killer instinct.
It is so important to draw attention to this issue — particularly at the beginning of the summer season.
Honestly, they are typical items for kids that tinker with their sticks all the time. Every team has a kid who is a stick doctor.
Incidents like this are cause for tremendous concern.
I think they're really waiting for me to say.
I'm obviously in disbelief, I've never witnessed anything this ridiculous.
Even when it's above 60 degrees, it's very noticeable about how much cooler you are and how much easier it is to run.
It's a nice way for folks to show their appreciation for what officials do for kids, and to help support our efforts if they can't stop by the game.
I'm not aware of a similar effort in any other state.
When you think about it, it's a powerful economic force when you have that many people spending money for meals and hotels and transportation and merchandise.
It's important that our patrons know that their money is not just feeding us.
If a plot was already planned, we could see something, but otherwise this could take months to happen.
We were practicing out here in the snow.
We've been on turf before, but this is an advantage to be able to practice and play on this early in the season.
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