Finley puts his face out there in search of a job
NASHVILLE -- Steve Finley needed something to eat on Sunday night, so he headed to the restaurant in the hotel he was staying at and sat down, getting in his last big meal before he took the next step of his career -- one he never quite imagined.Before he could make that step, he needed dinner. Sitting nearby was a small group of men, likely 20 years younger than the 42-year-old Finley, and they recognized the 19-year veteran major leaguer and told him they were in town looking for baseball internships. They needed a job. "That's funny," Finley said, "so do I."
I want to see people eye-to-eye and express my desire to play. Conditioning is very important to me, and I want to be here to be seen, and let people know that I'm in great shape.
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