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In 2021, a left handed pitcher from Arkansas was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays. His name was Patrick wick lander, and he had recently been diagnosed with type one diabetes. Patrick is back today to talk about just stuff he's checking in. And this was recorded back while he was playing, just as he was getting going in the minors. Love that Patrick back again sometime soon. But for now, I thought this was a nice way at the end of the year to remember the baseball season which is all dormant and cold for the moment, but getting ready to bloom again in just a couple of months. While you're listening today, please remember that nothing you hear on the Juicebox Podcast should be considered advice, medical or otherwise, always consult a physician before making any changes to your health care plan or becoming bold with insulin. If you have type one diabetes, and are a US citizen or are the caregiver of someone with type one, please go to T one D exchange.org. Forward slash juice box and fill out the survey. T one D exchange.org forward slash juice box. This show is sponsored today by the glucagon that my daughter carries G voc hypo Penn Find out more at G voc glucagon.com. Forward slash juicebox. today's podcast is also sponsored by touched by type one, visit them online at touched by type one.org Find them on Instagram, locate them on Facebook, but whatever you do, just find them. They're doing really great work for people with type one diabetes, and they'd love for you to see what they're up to touched by type one.org. Additionally, the podcast is sponsored today by Ian pen from Medtronic diabetes. You can get the ink pen right now at in pen today.com I'll be telling you more about it in just a few moments. Patrick, you were on the podcast prior when we talked about you getting drafted by the race and now you are actually playing right it is the season just starting right now.
Patrick Wicklander 18:28The trainers are there. They're like, Hey, if you need help, let me know if actually, I need to talk to him today about getting my bloodwork done to check my agency appointment next week. But they're very, they're very open about it. Because the way pro ball work in every aspect is like, hey, we'll help you if you come and ask for. I see. A lot of the time it's like you paid your professional.
Patrick Wicklander 31:35Discord is the is the best way possible. But we still like we we will take DMS on Twitter or Instagram. So I mean, like some of the channels we have on our Discord is like we have general chat mental health and wellness pitching hitty guiding gaming. We have like Call of Duty like the multiplayer war zone, zombies, different clips. We have fortnight we got the show sportsbetting all athlete chat. It's just a bunch of different like, hey
Scott Benner 32:46Yeah, you know, it's funny. I think that one of the things that allowed Cole to think that he could keep playing baseball was that he knew a guy who played the minor leagues. And that it seemed like a real thing. I don't know if that makes sense or not, you know what I mean? Like you. But as a way of an example, I wanted to write books when I was growing up, but I didn't know anybody who did anything like that. And so it didn't seem like, it didn't seem like a real job to me, I guess, as you know, is an easy way to say it. And so I never really aspired towards the biggest I couldn't, I couldn't see it anywhere in the world. It felt like it just felt like an idea that that happened to other people. And I know that when cold met a guy who's like, you know, hey, I played baseball around here in high school. And then I get I got drafted. And I went and did this. And I played the monitors for this many years. Guys got like, cool stories, like a lot of great stuff happened for him, etc. It made it feel possible. And when I think of that guy, he just seems like a regular person to me, like even you to me, like you, you just seem like a regular person to me. But later today, with any luck, you know, around the fourth inning, you're going to be like, Hey, I'm here to pitch and, and that's a thing that, you know, seems the other worldly to people. So it's a really cool idea. Just let people see you as as yourself. 781b155fdc