Found June 06, 2013 on Valley Bay News:
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have one of the most genuine, incredible men the game has right now, pitcher Jerome Williams, who takes the mound every night with a pink glove. The glove is more than just equipment to Williams, who has become an incredible asset for the Angels over the past 3 seasons. The Honolulu, Hawai’i native was drafted 39th overall in the 1999 MLB Amateur Draft by the San Francisco Giants out of . After a few years of mediocracy with 3 separate teams (Giants, Chicago Cubs, Washington Nationals), Jerome was forced to go over seas and play in Asia. In 2010, Williams was in Taiwan, and while shopping around a local market, spotted a pink baseball glove. Williams’ immediately thought of his late mother, Deborah “Debbie” Williams, who had passed of breast cancer in March of 2001. He went back to something his mother had told him prior to the 2001 season, “don’t only do it for me, do it for yourself.” Jerome bought the glove and has since seemed to have a new care...
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