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My name is Cito Culver I am currently playing the the New York Yankees system in their lower A team The Riverdogs. A typical day for most players for a home game with the game at 7:00pm is the following. Wake up around 10:30-11:00am depending on how long last nights game was. I like to eat breakfast after I get up which most of the time is eggs, bacon, some toast and a protein shake. We play almost a game a day so we need to make sure are body's have the right. It's now around 12:00 and i either hang out touch base with family and friends or do everyday things. Such as if we have a long home stand I will need to buy groceries. Around 2:00 I'll head of to the park. The training room opens at 2:00 so player start to arrive anytime after that. When I get their is around 2:30 and I change into some workout clothes and get a workout in before the game. Nothing to big because I want to be 100% for the game. But we need to make sure we stay in shape. The manager usally has dress by 4:00pm so and around 4:05 positions players stertch and early throw. The home team usally take BP around 4:20 to 5:20 and during BP we also take in field. After that we go back into the clubhouse and their is a light dinner waiting for us such as chicken, Sandwiches, wraps, salad that type of stuff. Sometimes if we are lucky are club house manager will have a smoothie bar which is awesome on the really hot days. Most people don't realize but in the minors all that stuff is not free we all have to pay $13 a day for clubhouse dues and that cover food, washing service and other basic stuff. We then just chill out till game time most guys get any work done they need from the trainer or just hang out listen to music, watch tv, make calls and some that aren't playing that day work out. Around 6:40 the starting players go out and just throw then at around the 7ish they do the national anthem and at 7:05 PLAY BALL!! After the game most guys shower and eat dinner which most the time is a BBQ or pasta Italian dish. Some of the guys like to go out of anywhere is open. Day games are nice because they end just in time to go out to a nice dinner. At that time I go home watch some TV go to bed then do it all over again the next day.

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Spring training for MLB begins in the middle of February and the regular season ends in the beginning of October so time off comes during the fall and winter months. Some players will play winter ball during the off time and some players won't. All players will keep a training regiment to stay in shape during the off season. During the season, the contract the players have with management states they can play as many as twenty days in a row without a day off. The regular season lasts around 6 months, 180 days, and the regular season is 162 games long. So one can guess that an MLB player gets about 3 days off per month during the regular season.

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Wake up around 0900 hrs. Go to rest room take a hot steaming dump and empty bladder then shave. Go into kitchen and make breakfast and then eat. Relax a while then around noon, head to the ballpark. Around 1330 hrs., get in hottub for about 15 minutes. Go to weight room and workout with weights for about 45 minutes. Lounge around for about 30-45 minutes, eat a snack and/or a small meal with high protein. Around 1700 hrs., start excercising and limbering up, start batting practice. Later get in game uniform, go thru pre-game activities, take the field. First pitch, crash into wall chasing foul ball and dislocate shoulder and tear you ACL ending your season.

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Home Game that starts 7pm 9am wake up - 9:30am breakfast, 10:00am phone calls to family or from skype, 10:30am - go to gym (cardio, abs, etc...) 12:00pm - lunch, 1:00pm get ready to go to park 2pm - at ballpark dressed and getting ready to practice on own in the stadium. flips, groundballs, etc....2:45pm team stretch 3:00pm- 4:00pm Batting practice. 4:00pm 5:00pm eat in clubhouse dining. 6:00pm-6:20pm take infield practice as a team. 6:45pm stretch run sprints to get ready to play. 7pm game starts 10pm game is over 11pm leave stadium and go eat somewhere that's open. 12am- watch Baseball tonight and sportscenter. 2am - bed, next day same thing all over again.

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The typical day is check out the field the equipment and to keep the game moving and to make his calls quick and persist but that is the most effective way to keep a game moving

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a typical day is to wake up get dress and to go to a game or practice

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There are a number of things that Major League Baseball player do. They train for upcoming games and participate in the relevant games.

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get up, wank, play Basketball, wank, eat, sleep.

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you can do what you like i guess

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