We just need to get Born to play baseball shirt to declare citizenship. I think if he plays here a few more years he would actually do it. The guy loves Toronto. Carey Price seems like he’d have an arm. What are the odds he will be doing anything in March? The Habs don’t need him that bad do they? Yes, yes they do. We like to pretend the team doesn’t revolve around him but it still does. Each NHL team should send a Canadian representative, that would be prime time entertainment. Was it Stamkos that took BP at Tropicana Field and dropped a couple of bombs?
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We could lend Parayko, he’s like Born to play baseball shirt and could probably throw pretty well Don’t forget we’ll probably have to find a spot for Morneau, too, if we want to get all possible Canadian talent on the field. I doubt Morneau even starts for us, Votto and Freeman as DH/1B and seeing as none of the three are anything but 1B (Votto played 51 innings in left field, in 2007, that’s it for the three of them) I don’t know where you would put Morneau other than as a bench player Is it just me or are there a lot more MLB players interested this time? Either way, I like it. Also, the video game industry is huge and lucrative. There’s no reason you can’t find a great career in it, even if your major doesn’t have any blatantly obvious applications. But if your major is business-related than I’m sure you can find a job in a game company.
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My major is business Born to play baseball shirt. I may have worded my post a bit differently than intended. I love playing at a high competitive level in games but do not plan on going pro or attempting it. I have been out of it for too long to try and it doesn’t fit my lifestyle, but I still have that itch to always be involved in games. I mainly spoke about that to give my background and show how much I enjoy games. The games I’ve played in the past have had such a profound impact on my life that I want to further this impact on other people. I suppose a way of doing that would be working at a gaming company. The problem here is that I’m an INTJ, and I’m very picky when it comes to backing things I do or do not like. If I don’t like you or an idea, I generally just cross it off my list. I would most likely have a difficult time dealing with working for a company who has no games or ideas that I enjoy. I would imagine that would be most companies.