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Baseball Definitions: Youngster Mentorosity

Jul 2, 2007

YOUNGSTER MENTOROCITY A quality gained by all major league players (although other sports besides baseball apply) once they have achieved even trace levels of veteranicity. It is a fact that on the 5th anniversary of a given player’s inception into the majors, a long dormant leadership gene, present in all athletes, is essentially switched on thus compelling said player to seek a mentoring relationship with all available young players. Youngster mentorocity is often accompanied by a level of spunkitude and absolutely cannot exist without some level of veteranicity.<br/> -m

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