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“I love reading your Weekly Newsletter! It means so much more to me since I spent 3 years with you while we were working for the California Angels, and getting to know you as a person for the past 40 years. I think about all the special times me and my twin brother Terry had when we were does testosterone make you retain water bat boys during the 1983, 1984 & 1985 seasons. You were and still are our favorite MLB player!…”


Tony M.

“Thank you, thank you, Rod Carew. I feel helpless watching the game of baseball systematically trashed by these non-fan marketing experts…Keep it up. We believe in you.”

David K

“Thank you, sir, for all you’ve done and please continue the stories!! My favorite, maybe not yours, is your stealing home and Harmon missing the “steal sign”, almost sending our right here favorite player’s head into the cheap seats. I imagine you still wake up in the middle of the night thinking about that one!”

Dan M.

“Mr. Carew, Love your honesty and passion for the game I grew up loving, have passed on to my kids and am about to pass on to my grandchildren. THANK YOU for sticking up for baseball!!”

Greg F.

“Rod Carew, I am an award-winning sports management professor at NYU. What you are saying about the existential state of baseball is true and so important for the future al ALL sports.”

David H.

“Mr. Carew; THANK YOU!!!! For being an amazing player and FOR SPEAKING OUT ABOUT WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE GAME WE LOVE!!!…Love these newsletters!!!!”

Charlene E.

“I love these newsletters! You were always one of my favorite players growing up and I was an Angels fan because of you & Nolan Ryan. Thank you for continuing to share your insightful thoughts on the MLB.”

Lorraine M

“Rod, I’m humbled even writing to you. I admired you and everything you did during your great career. I’ll be 72 later this month so I’ve seen some baseball…Guys like you made the game great. Guys like you are what’s missing in the game today. If you read this, thanks, you have always been appreciated for the way you played the game. Sadly, it is not happening anymore.”

Bill G