On the night before the biggest game of his son’s young life, Jody Krupinski had no trouble sleeping.
It was a little more difficult for Josh Krupinski’s mom, Jacque.
“I slept just fine,” Jody said before Central Hardin High School’s opening game Monday morning in the state baseball tournament. “My wife didn’t sleep nearly as well; she was a little nervous.”
Such is the life of baseball parents.
Their emotions rise and fall with each pitch, swing of the bat and umpire call.