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Friday, August 24, 2012

Port Allegany's Josh Kinney Featured In Article

Josh Kinney savoring every moment of his baseball life
Right-handed reliever battled through injury after World Series in 2006

By Josh Liebeskind /

SEATTLE -- Imagine you have worked for years to get your dream job. You're there and you succeed, and everyone applauds your efforts.

Now imagine that this job is as a Major League Baseball player, something millions of young boys dream about from daybreak to sundown, and then some more in their dreams. You are on top of the world.

Then it all comes crashing down.

That's what reliever Josh Kinney went through six years ago. He was a World Series champion with the Cardinals, pitching 6 1/3 scoreless innings in the 2006 playoffs. He won Game 2 of the National League Championship Series against the Mets, had three holds and pitched in Cards wins in six of his seven appearances. More...

Thanks to Kerry Hawver for spotting this article and sharing it with us.


Nita said...

That was just awesome. I remember Josh as a kid and he truly loved the game of baseball. He went to the big leagues all on his own. Proud of you Josh

Anonymous said...

hey josh im your dads cousin from arizona,mark jericho.i wacthed you picth in the world series after coming out of a coma west nile viris.good job bud keep up the good work.