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    • No relation to Joe apparently:  
    • Altobelli was the sixth of eight siblings in a baseball loving family. His mom watched the Cubs on WGN religiously, and his dad played professionally.   http://www.coastreportonline.com/sports/article_73a89d4e-f894-11e6-b736-17e5a357323d.html The only player with the last name Altobelli listed in baseball reference or the baseball cube is the former Orioles manager.    
    • And I’m glad to be a part of it.  Thanks for the opportunity and support.  I look forward to the season and like you am counting down until every level has some baseball going on!
    • My mom is a 75 year old Kobe fangirl. She went to Lower Merion High School----years before Kobe did, but I think that was part of the bond  she had with him. Years later my mom moved out to LA, went through a nasty divorce, and was lost in life. She started following the Lakers and a teenage Kobe. She never met him; much of what she knew about him was filtered through newspapers, TV, and sports talk radio. So it sounds silly to say, but Kobe helped my mom through a difficult part of her life. Perhaps more than I did.  Kobe is one of the few topics my mom and I can easily talk about. She would think of books he should read during the off season if she deemed the ones that Phil Jackson had assigned weren't good enough. She questioned whether offensive schemes were maximizing his skill set. She was 100% on Kobe's side in the Shaq feud. It was a part of her life that made her happy when a lot of the other part wasn't so happy. RIP Kobe.
    • Was John Atobelli, the young baseball coach that died today in the crash with Kobe Bryant, related to Joe Atobelli, our manager during our '83 series?  I tried looking online,  but wasn't able to determine.  Tragic either way.
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