Pirates take 4 games from the Brewers, most importantly pitcher Jameson Taillon did a fine job against a really tough Milwaukee batting order. Now lets go back to early May, Pittsburgh’s Taillon landed on the disabled list with what was termed “groin discomfort.” Days later, he underwent surgery to treat suspected (and later confirmed) testicular cancer. Click on the link for his come back from cancer.

https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/pirates-jameson-taillon-returns-to-mound-weeks-after-testicular-cancer-treatment/What

He has made a great come back to have pitched in one of the biggest games of the season, Jameson struck out eight in 5 1/3 innings to get the win helping the Buc’s to be at .500 for the season. Click on the link for his performance and the Pirates overall sweep of four games from the Brewers.

http://m.pirates.mlb.com/news/article/243321134/pirates-beat-brewers-to-sweep-4-game-series/

More stories of surviving cancer and competing on the diamond ,,,

Tom Caves is a survivor of testicular cancer, when I interviewed him as a young man there was a lot of uncertainty … listen to two audio files to hear some of the experiences he had to face on Survivors Stories of Hope …

Tom is a  survivor and is married with a wonderful family!

EJ is a young woman athlete who really appreciates her softball coach’s approach to helping her learn the game. Listen to her share on Survivors by clicking on the link below.

 

John is a former big league pitcher who helps younger players play the game of basrball and life on Passages. Listen to John’s approach to winning at life on Passages by clicking on the audio file below .

We are thankful for God’s direction and healing in life.

 

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