Lauren Bay-Regula is strictly the place she needs to be.
13 years for the reason that final time she performed Olympic fastball, the pitcher is again on the mound, throwing warmth and serving to a group of principally a lot youthful gamers wrap their heads round taking part in the sport on the highest potential stage.
Just some weeks earlier than their first tilt (a 4-0 win over Mexico) and some days extra earlier than the Tokyo opening ceremonies, Anastasia Bucsis caught up with the mom of three.
It has not been a simple return to full-time sport for Bay-Regula or her enterprise accomplice/husband. However he and the youngsters acquired behind her dream. She wanted each little bit of that assist whereas she was working her manner by critical postpartum melancholy, and the lingering depressing recollections of getting missed the rostrum by a tiny margin again in 2008.
In comparison with that, throwing fastballs for the primary time in a decade was a bit of cake.
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