Listen: Hockey, Baseball And Rob discussed on Joe Pags
"Junior now at the university. Well, how do you feel about that? And how do you feel about having to play for the maroon and gold? Let's forget what sports play by play for your alma mater. Yeah. No, I couldn't be prouder. You know? And then we'll see him out here with the show is what he's become you know, he's a senior. He's worked really hard at his game. And I team mates to recognize that in for him to be out here wearing that that block. I'm I'm extremely proud. Well, now year a baseball all American. How does it feel having a son playing hockey, the, you know, I didn't know hockey until I went to Minnesota. So I I was in from Michigan came out there. The baseball player all of our buddies were hockey player. Travis Richard, Ben Hankinson, all those guys. So so that's really where I was you know, we had our study hall, but we were working on slapshots over there. And that's where I really learned hockey. And that's where I got my son into it. Did that help your baseball swing? I didn't help it. But I had a lot of fun doing. It should have helped her golf, right? So that was underneath the old memorial stadium. That's it that was a bit of a ramp trap. I'm telling you. Now, we go there for study hall, and we had the hockey guys with us and literally old net back there and some hockey sticks. And that's what we did. I probably shouldn't be saying that right now because we were studying hard. But, but that's where I learned my slapshot, John Anderson does listen to our broadcast. He's still great getting back to the campus getting to see him. And obviously, rob just retiring those guys what a what a program they have there and just last. I mean, just I Knox in couldn't be more proud to be a be a gopher great now you coaster son at Grand Rapids high school in Michigan here. Did he have an inkling of going baseball or hockey at any point in his high school career? Yeah. He actually I grabbed Christian high school. He played two years for me. We want to state championships. And he was a left hand hitting catcher. And I sent a video over to rob a porn is here. Rob was like, we'll take them. So you know, he he was a kid that really whatever he picked up. He was pretty good at and hockey was the passion, you always think what would what would baseball band, but it wasn't a love. He liked it. But it wasn't a love. Okay. Where did the hockey passion? Come from guests in the city of Grand Rapids and."