What has Twitter done to the sports industry and how has it changed the way fans can connect with their favorite players. Additionally, how are some players using Twitter to connect with this fans. In this episode Michelle reads excerpts from a letter tweeted by current Detroit Tiger, Rick Porcello, who joined Twitter after he was so moved by the #PickRick campaign where fans tweeted to get him votes to be on the AL All Star team.
It's an 'All Star' lineup tomorrow on @MorningMichelle. Rick Greene, former collegiate, Olympic, and professional baseball player joins Michelle as her co-host to talk about the Home Run Derby, All Star game, and how he's working hard to help those who suffer with cancer, through the initiative of The 2 Seam Dream Foundation. Rick's experience as a pitching coach will be invaluable when Michelle takes on the very important social issue, of eating disorders in athletes.
Inspired by pro-wrestler, Mary Elizabeth Monroe, Michelle takes on the tough topic of athletes who suffer from eating disorders. Whose fault is it? The coach, the parent, society in general or is there something deep within the individual athlete that compells them to self destruct? Mary Elizabeth Monroe, will join both Rich and Michelle, to share her thoughts on this very important social issue plaguing many athletes.
Tony Iliakostas, founder of the amazing sports law blog, www.lawandbattingorder.com, will provide the 'Closing Argument' . . . Tune in tomorrow at 11 am EST or catch the archive.
Please follow @RickGreen23, @WrestlerMEM and @LawandBO ~ Thank you so much!
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