Adam Kennedy opens Kennedy Baseball Development facility, still a free agent looking to play
"Former Angels and Dodgers infielder Adam Kennedy just opened the Kennedy Baseball Development facility on Jan. 7, 2013, in Anaheim."
"Kennedy has teamed with his baseball-coaching brother, Bryan, and personal trainer Dave Constant to open a 12,600 square-foot ballplayer factory/fantasyland on North Kraemer Boulevard....
His cell phone, sitting screen up on the coffee table, hasn't rung, hummed or chimed in about 90 seconds. It's always nearby, this free-agent anxious to hear whether a team wants a lefty batter with a .272 career average and the defensive versatility to play second as well as corner infield and outfield positions.
About his playing future, Kennedy, who spent last season coming off the bench for the Dodgers, said, "I have no idea.""...
Ed. note: The NY Times some years ago published batting average leaders on the sports page. For a very long time, Adam Kennedy was the name at the top. Tweet Stumbleupon StumbleUpon