November 8, 2010

Moyer Monday: November 8

Last week was wicked crazy, so all apologies go out to The Moyer Foundation for not getting this up and on the site in a timely fashion.

But, hey, it's Monday (again) so, naturally, it time for the monthy Q&A with Jamie Moyer!

Unfortunately, given the news from this past weekend...this might be the last Moyer Monday with Jamie as a professional ballplayer. Keep in mind that these questions were asked BEFORE Moyer suffered what looks to be a career ending elbow injury.

Question: Are you enjoying Winter Ball in the Dominican Republic?

Moyer: It’s an enlightening experience. Caribbean baseball is very entertaining and fun. The Dominican people are very happy, it’s unbelievable. I’m pitching tomorrow. So far so good!

Question: I am a teacher in Philly with summers available. How can I help with camp?

Moyer: There are lots of ways to help with Camp Erin other than volunteering for camp weekend. Host a teddy bear drive, do a fundraiser, or volunteer with the local Camp Erin group to help with year round support. Visit the foundation’s website to find a camp close to you.

Question: Have you thought about what you might like to do after baseball? Does being on TV or radio interest you?

Moyer: I’m going to keep all doors open and will see what opportunities arise.

Question: It’s obvious you enjoy playing the great game of baseball. Are there any goals you have yet to achieve for yourself?

Moyer: I enjoy playing! I’m living a dream that I’ve always had and that’s to play baseball. As we speak, I’m devoted to doing so.

Question: As a fellow Souderton Area High School grad, what is your most vivid memory of your high school years?

Moyer: My fondest high school memories were the Friday night football games and the great friends I hung out with.

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