Cardinals pitcher Joe Kelly’s school essay predicts the future

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – World Series game 3 takes place on Saturday night in St. Louis at Busch Stadium. The starting pitcher for the Cardinals is Joe Kelly. He just tweeted a picture of a paper he wrote from elementary school. The caption says, “Mom found this letter I wrote when I was a young buck. P.s. teach was a hater #A+paper.”

A picture of the essay he tweeted reads, “Ten years from now… I am going to be a baseball player. I am going to be a pitcher, a shortstop and first baseman. I’m going to be a home run hitter like Babe Ruth. I will probably still be living with my parents, but we will have a bigger house. I will still be a handsome boy. I will still have brown hair. I will invite my parents to baseball games, and I will get souvenirs, too. When I get too old to play baseball, like Cal Ripkin’s age, I will be a scuba diver, and I will find gold under the sea. Then I will probably see sharks, jellyfish and stingrays. Then when I am 80 years old I will quit. I will probably have grandchildren too.”

https://twitter.com/Joe_Kelly_Jr/status/350686297460969472

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