Today is the start of the Q and A entries that I’ll post every Wednesday and Saturday, until the end of the MLB season.
Today’s Q and A entry, is on Brent Lillibridge. Outfielder for the Chicago Whitesox.
Lillibridge made his major league debut on April 26, 2008 for the Atlanta Braves. Since being traded to the White Sox, Lillibridge has belted eleven home runs as well as collected 45 RBI’s. Although his stats can be found in two seconds through a Google search, there are other interesting things about him that can’t be found as easily. If at all. The type of things the questions below were meant to unveil:
1.) Favorite type of music.
2.) Favorite song.
“These Hard Times. (By NeedToBreathe.)”
3.) Favorite food.
4.) Favorite T.V. show.
5.) Favorite movie.
6.) Favorite book.
“Heaven. (By Randy Alcorn.)”
7.) Favorite thing to do in free time.
“[Be] on a boat.”
8.) Favorite time of year.
“Summer. (In Seattle.)”
9.) Favorite sport, besides baseball.
10.) Favorite player growing up.
11.) Favorite shoe brand.
12.) Favorite car.
13.) Favorite subject, when in school.
14.) Favorite quote.
“John 3:30-He must increase, but I must decrease.”
15.) Favorite moment of baseball career, thus far.
“Robbing Cano of a game winner. And [robbing] Crisp of a home run.”
I hope this helped you to learn more about Brent Lillibridge of the Chicago White Sox.
Big thanks to Brent Lillibridge for answering my questions.
You can follow Brent Lillibridge on twitter: @BSLillibridge
The next Q and A entry will be posted Saturday, August 13th, on Daniel Hudson, of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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