From Joey Matschulat:
The new website is now available for your perusal at www.bbtia.com, and while it still very much remains a work in progress, the backbone of BBTiA's new home is essentially in place.
You'll find the same entertaining, thought-provoking content you've come to expect at the independent iteration of BBTiA, plus an additional familiar face. John Vittas has now come full circle and will be rejoining the website he helped build once upon a time as we attempt to establish our own formidable version of the Three J's -- an alphabetically similiar repository of talent that can hopefully rival or surpass that of the late-90s Dallas Mavericks trio of the same name.
Q: When did you realize that playing baseball for a living could be a reality?
Main: Probably coming into high school. It’s the only thing I’ve really ever wanted to do. When people would ask me that question, I would always tell them that I wanted to be a baseball player. Coming into high school I thought I could really make a run at this thing. I started developing and becoming a pretty good player. That is when everything started to click and I thought I could really do this.
As usual, your comments are appreciated.