Found June 13, 2013 on Rockies Review:
How do baseball player spend their time off-season? So from March to September every year Major League baseball players do nothing but train, eat, sleep and dream baseball. Training has to be kept up, regimes stuck to, team based activities aplenty, but definitely not time for letting off steam. Doug Glanville, former Major League outfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers has spoken about the down times in the offseason. The biggest difference, according to Glanville, is the sheer amount of time players suddenly have - plenty of time in which to think. During the season there’s no time for anything and then off-season there’s way too much of it. He talks about players making random decisions and spending time doing totally different hobbies, like playing endless late night games of Texas Hold ‘Em and spending hours or days online playing Intertops Canadian slot games.Boredom can be the enemy for players and they still have to maintain fitness levels so...
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