Found April 18, 2012 on Red Hot Mama:
The following interview with Eric Young, Jr. was purportedly done by 10-year old aspiring reporter, Haley Smilow. Eric Young, Jr. doesn’t have a whole heckuva lot to do with the Cincinnati Reds, but I’m sure not going to pass up an opportunity to lend a couple eyes to a young female journalist, so here ya go. — Amanda ******************************************* You might say Eric Young Jr. has baseball in his blood. Growing up he became acquainted with the game early by watching … [visit site to read more]
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