I asked Rosen how he has handled these moments in the clubhouse.
His answer was filled with maturity and wisdom beyond his years. I just kind of stay there and be respectful,” he said.
To give our family the best opportunity to adjust, we wanted to keep this a private matter before sharing it with the public.
We are and will always be united in our support of each other and our family." They share a four-year-old son together named Axl.
How many of us without Buddhist or Hindu backgrounds have taken a yoga class and chanted “OM” even though it has Hindu origins?
I am not an alcoholic, yet I love the serenity prayer, and I think it’s remarkably beautiful and poignant.
In fact, out of the hundreds of men I shared locker room space with in professional baseball, I can count the men with Jewish blood on one hand. With every new team, at every level, there was always the moment of truth.
This reminds me of my Boston teammate, Curt Schilling.
The question always comes up even though Christianity is universally assumed of a white man with light eyes.
I always wondered in baseball, and frankly, continue to do so now, how people are going to take the news.
” Great athletes, independent of their religious leans, can find plenty of common ground.
The clubhouses of our major sports remain overwhelmingly Christian, but we can all benefit from another’s traditions. More importantly, we can learn about them and be a better locker-mate as a result of our comprehending what makes them tick.
He’s telling her he’s never met anyone like her before." .