As you can obviously tell, I’m new to this forum. I have perused the rest of this site from time to time, but never have I checked in until now.
So with that said, allow me to introduce myself!
My name is Tracy Hudson. As of this writing, I am 38 years old though I will be 39 come June. I was a pitcher in high school (and a damn good one!) until a particularly devastating injury sent any thoughts of moving on to the next level crashing to earth in flames.
So I decided to instead pursue a career as a heroin addict. And allow me to reiterate: This is not exactly a career path worth going into. While supply can be rather plentiful, company demand for such a specialized skillset is pretty much nil.
After little under twenty years spent in the pursuit of addiction, I decided enough was enough about five years ago. I quit drugs and have never looked back since.
Which brings me to the here and now.
About a year or so ago, I began to have this nagging thought in my mind: How good could I have been as a pitcher if I hadn’t just given up? So sometime last year, I committed myself to working toward the goal of being a part of organized baseball once again. My quest continues…