By Del Duduit Hatred: To feel intense or passionate dislike for someone or something. What has to simmer in a person’s soul to bring about such a fierce feeling? I’ve always been told you have to love what you do, and this is especially true for professional athletes. In order to be successful, a player… Continue reading When love turns to hate
By Del Duduit Have you ever been blindsided by something that was not your fault? Perhaps you are zinging through life at a breakneck speed, and the trophy is in sight. Then out of nowhere, you crash into the wall at 230 MPH. This is exactly what happened to Zach Veach this past Sunday at… Continue reading Withstand the Crash
By Del Duduit This past weekend, Angie and I were in Pittsburgh for a special event. I was joined by Clint Hurdle, the manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, on Saturday at the Barnes and Noble at the Waterfront in Homestead, PA, just a few miles from the Steel City. Together, we autographed my book, Dugout… Continue reading “It’s a New Day”
By Del Duduit Are you content with who you are in life? Have you ever dreamed of being famous? If someone would place a label on you, what would it be? My friend, Steve Free, faced all of these questions throughout his wonderful musical career and has some pretty solid answers. The Northwest High School… Continue reading What is Your Genre?
By Del Duduit This past weekend, I was the recipient of a generous act of kindness. And so was an entire high school baseball team. A few weeks ago, I was contacted by a local resident of the community who asked if I would consider speaking to the Minford High School baseball team about my… Continue reading An Act of Anonymous Kindness
With the Final Four set for this weekend, I thought I'd share a post I wrote when I attended the event last year in San Antonio, Texas. Here is my blog about my time spent with Avery Johnson. It still applies today. By Del Duduit Social media is supposed to be a good thing—right? After… Continue reading Be Careful Little Eyes What You See
By Del Duduit Like most people, I’m going to try to be tuned into the NCAA’s Sweet 16 Thursday. I’m not able to go this year due to time commitments and obligations, but I am pulling for a team to win it all. Last year, I was able to attend the Final Four in San… Continue reading Sweet 16
By Del Duduit In the 13th chapter of Hebrews, we are advised in the second verse: Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. What does this mean? To me, it instructs me to be mindful of what I say or do in front of people I don't know, and… Continue reading Angels Unaware
By Del Duduit I may lose some followers after this post, but it’s okay. It’s my blog. This will not be inspirational but rather a look into a Biblical issue that has become both social and political. I can understand why some people have differences of opinions. This is what makes this world unique and… Continue reading At What Cost?
By Del Duduit The last few weeks have been contentious to say the least. Every time I turn on the television, I hear about crime, murder, riots, attacks, and our nation’s political scene has become very ugly. I wrote an opinion piece for my local newspaper last week and received several hateful and rude comments… Continue reading What a ‘Night to Shine’