If you are a Howard Stern fan you will enjoy this. Stern show staffers Jon Hein, J D Harmeyer and Scott DePace threw out the first pitch and took batting practice at a recent Somerset Patriots game. They may want to stick to their day jobs.
The end of what may be one of baseball’s most journeyman careers may be soon approaching as 37 year old Bill Pulsipher may be close to hanging up the cleats. Back in 1995, Pulsipher was one of the biggest prospects in baseball when he made his major league debut as a 21 year old. What has followed is an injury plagued 17 year career filled with ups and down that has seen Pulsipher suit up for 24 different major league, minor league, and independent league teams. Pulsipher currently is on the brink of finishing an injury plagued season with the Atlantic League’s Somerset Patriots. In the story link below, Pulsipher talks about facing another off season shoulder surgery, his desire to coach, and trying to come to terms with what may be the end of his playing career.
Big decision looms for Patriots’ Pulsipher — MyCentralJersey.com
Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre will receive the Somerset Patriots Outstanding Community Service Award on September 15th at the team’s final home game. Torre’s influence had a large role in shaping the Patriots franchise which is owned by his friend Steve Kalafer. In the story, Kalafer talks about his relationship with Torre, the direction he was given as a young owner, and honoring Torre for his work against domestic violence.
Torre to attend Pats’ regular-season finale — MyCentralJersey.com