Tom Glavine- Former Baseballer (In a Nutshell)
- Tom Glavine was born in the United States on March 25th, 1966.
- He was a Pitcher.
- Being an All-Star ten times is remarkable.
- In 2010 he became a part of the Braves Hall of Fame.
- Having represented the Atlanta Braves and New York Mets is impressive.
- He made the decision to retire in 2010.
- “The game is a game, and things happen, and you can’t always execute your plan as perfectly as you’d like to.”- Tom Glavine
Tom Glavine- Former Baseballer (Nitty Gritty)
- “I love both sports, but the deciding factor was, being a left-hand pitcher, I had a huge advantage in baseball because of that, and I didn’t have that type of advantage in hockey.”- Tom Glavine
- “My parents are very even-keeled. You know, just kind of steady as she goes.”- Tom Glavine
- “There’s nothing better than a team that comes out of nowhere and finds themselves in the World Series.”- Tom Glavine
Tom Glavine- Former Baseballer (What set him apart)
- “I’ve been booed off the field, and I’ve been carried off the field by people cheering me. So I’ve seen both ends of it, and I can tell you the bad side of it gets a lot more attention than the good side does, but the good side is pretty darned good when it’s on your side.”- Tom Glavine
- “I don’t pay attention a whole lot to what my numbers are.”- Tom Glavine
Tom Glavine- Former Baseballer (Final Thoughts)
- “You’re giving me tickets to the football game, baseball game or hockey game, I’m taking the tickets to the hockey game. For me, it’s by far the most fun sport to go and watch live and be part of. I just don’t know why it doesn’t translate as well on TV.”- Tom Glavine