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It kind of fit me."If that sounds a little nutty, well, it's consistent with most everything else about Kelly.
Kelly once noted in a questionnaire for UC-Riverside's baseball media guide that he is related to prohibition era mobster George "Machine Gun" Kelly, a fun nugget that is pure fiction, at least as far as Kelly knows.
I was in the business school, which I had no business being in (yuck yuck) in the first place, and decided on the most creative of the majors - marketing. I didn't want to work in marketing when I graduated, but that is where I ended up, and that is the field I worked in my entire (all 5 years of it) professional life.
During that time in the corporate world I had a side business of designing jewelry, and I loved it.
Although Smith recruited Kelly with the intention of turning him into a pitcher, he didn't want to be the coach who blew out Kelly's right arm by overusing him. As a freshman, he flashed a mid-90s fastball and notched six saves and a 1.32 ERA in 22 appearances.
By the time he was a junior, that heater had climbed into the 97-98 mph range.
Damn college is wasted on the young..that is an entirely different post for another time!
It's something everyone has been asked when they were little, and something I have asked both my kids on numerous occasions. " I am talking about "what do you want to be when you grow up?
" When I was around 5 years old, I wanted to be a singer and an actress.
When I got into dance more seriously I wanted to be a professional dancer, and then after taking an advanced Bio class in high school I thought, for a hot second, that I wanted to be a doctor.
I went to college and didn't declare a major until junior year.