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Jim Nemerovski
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Jim Nemerovski left a comment for Janet Miller
"Apologies: I meant Jack(son)!"
Sep 19, 2012
Landyn White left a comment for Jim Nemerovski
"Jim, You have offered sound advice and we have been doing this. Landyn is extremely focused, faith driven and proud to be a baseball player. She encourages her peers and is widely accepted among her team. She has the highest batting average, 2nd…"
May 18, 2010
Jim Nemerovski left a comment for Landyn White
"I recommend researching how Chelsea Baker and Marti Sementelli hand themselves, and how supportive, loving their parents are: of all the kids on their daughters' teams. The bottom line is this more about the team than the individual; any way in…"
May 18, 2010
Landyn White left a comment for Jim Nemerovski
"Jim, We are definitely coming to the Baseball for All Academy in Boston over the 4th of July. One question I have for you is how do you handle jealous parents on a team when a girl exceeds the talent of a boy? I have taught my daughter to deflect…"
May 18, 2010
Landyn White and Jim Nemerovski are now friends
Apr 23, 2010
Landyn White left a comment for Jim Nemerovski
"Jim, Yes. We live in Atlanta and really not sure how logistics would work. She plays boys travel ball in the spring and fall so she gets plenty of practice. Kelly"
Apr 23, 2010
Jim Nemerovski left a comment for Landyn White
"Hi, Landyn. Welome to this community site. Are you asking about the USA team for your daughter, age 10?"
Apr 23, 2010
Jim Nemerovski posted a discussion

Why are we signed up to this community site and if we are why aren't we talking?

Facebook dominates the conversation of Community on the Internet. There are some great reasons for this: the builders of Facebook do a terrific job building tools to expand our options for communicating with others, discovering other shared interests beyond the original reasons we connected with them: such as Baseball.But, what if you want to keep the conversation specific to Girls who Play Baseball: without the sense that others, who are not essentially qualified, are peering or snooping…See More
Feb 24, 2010

Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 10:26pm on October 2, 2008, Amy said…
Jim, thanks for the kind words. I am indeed here in Tuscon. The Gems won both their games today, a great start to the tournament. It's very hot here. I'll post about my experiences when I get back. For now, here's the sign at the airport welcoming us. It was pretty cool to land and see this while we were waiting for our bags.

At 4:52am on April 23, 2010, Landyn White said…
Jim,

Yes. We live in Atlanta and really not sure how logistics would work. She plays boys travel ball in the spring and fall so she gets plenty of practice.

Kelly
At 6:43am on May 18, 2010, Landyn White said…
Jim,

We are definitely coming to the Baseball for All Academy in Boston over the 4th of July. One question I have for you is how do you handle jealous parents on a team when a girl exceeds the talent of a boy? I have taught my daughter to deflect negative words however it is beginning to wear on her. Any advice. Other teams, parents and especially the umpires love to watch her talent.
At 10:21am on May 18, 2010, Landyn White said…
Jim,

You have offered sound advice and we have been doing this. Landyn is extremely focused, faith driven and proud to be a baseball player. She encourages her peers and is widely accepted among her team. She has the highest batting average, 2nd highest OB%, least errors, least walks and least strikeouts. Her talent is a true gift and we have taught her to love and respect the game and the people in it. Recently, we had a dad on "our" team whom we thought was a good person, write a letter to the board that he felt Landyn was getting more play time than some boys. He feels it is all about the attention. My husband and I shelter her from this kind of hurt.


Are you going to be at the Academy in July? Would love to meet you.

Regards,
Kelly

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