David Adams back in the Game!!!

It always warms my heart to know that I have helped my husband stay positive despite the whirlwind that has been our lives the past few years.  When David was injured back in 2010, we thought the injury would take a few weeks at most to heal, but when weeks turned into months and months turned into a year and then eventually a year and a half, the situation bore more than most could have anticipated.   In the time since his injury so much has happened; we got married, moved twice, almost got traded to the Mariners, he was added – much to our surprise- to the 2012 40-Man Roster, etc.
As a couple, the past few years have helped us grow stronger, wiser, and more grateful for gifts we have in one another and in our families.   As a player, David has grown more patient and simultaneously hungrier.  He is ready for an amazing season, which he will be starting at Waterfront Park in Trenton, NJ as the second baseman for the Trenton Thunder.  I will be moving in a few weeks to support him because as a married couple we are supposed to be there for each other through thick and thin.   Despite his crazy schedule during the season, we will have the opportunity to live as married couples should live, together.  I will be there to support him, which I believe will make him an even better ballplayer.
David doesn’t really like when I read everything the media says but once in a while you get a few great articles and the occasional shout out to the wife. 🙂  I have included the links below if you are interested in reading them.   We are very excited for this new chapter to begin and the chance to look back at everything we have endured along the way and smile, because it made us stronger.

THUNDER: Finally, Adams’ road to recovery ends Thursday

Trenton Thunder infielder David Adams returns after a long journey

Adams Hopes to Stay Healthy, Return to Form in 2012


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