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I am a senior in the School of Social Work at the University of Missouri. I have recently moved to New Franklin, MO where I live with my boyfriend (and best friend) Brian Lenger, who is a '99 graduate of Boonville High School. I will begin a semester long practicum with the Cooper County Children's Division in Boonville, MO in August 2006. After graduation I will be working for the State of Missouri Children's Division and continuing to work towards my MSW. I don't know yet which county I will be serving, hopefully it won't take me too far from home.
Sheila Eichelberger October 2, 2006
I am now married as of May to my wonderful husband Nathan. We are residing in Columbia as my family is here. I graduated from Mizzou in 2004 and work as a Property Manager for a large apartment community. My husband works in banking. We have one dog (our only child)! :)
I am looking forward to
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Astros pick Whitesides in 5th.
By RUS BAER of the Tribune’s
The Houston Astros made Jake Whitesides’ dreams come true yesterday when the organization selected the former Hickman star during the first day of Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft.
Now Whitesides hopes to realize
the Astros’ expectations.
Hickman slugger Jake Whitesides
will take his talents to the professional ranks now that the Houston Astros
franchise drafted him yesterday in the fifth round of the MLB draft.
"They called seconds before they drafted and asked if I’d sign in the fifth round," Whitesides said, recalling the monumental phone call from the Astros organization.
Whitesides didn’t hesitate, saying he’d sign for the average amount offered to fifth-round draft picks.
After putting him on hold for a few seconds, the voice on the line came back with the four words Whitesides will never forget: "Congratulations, you’re a Houston Astro."
Whitesides won’t be an official member of the Houston organization until he signs a minor-league contract, but the left-handed slugger doesn’t expect a lengthy negotiation process.
"The money is not really a factor," Whitesides said. "I just want to make enough money starting out to get me through until I make it to the major leagues."
The average signing bonus for fifth-round picks last year was $174,000. Last year, Whitesides’ Hickman teammate, left-handed pitcher Ryan McCullem, received a $100,000 signing bonus as an eighth-round pick of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Astros scout Joe Robinson is expected to be in Columbia later this week to begin contract talks.
Anderson said Whitesides’ build - he stands about 5-foot-10-inches and weighs 185 pounds - and playing style remind him of former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies star Lenny Dykstra.
Although some teams expressed concern about Whitesides’ height, Robinson said it wasn’t an issue with the Astros.
"We did not worry about his size," Robinson said. "He’s a legitimate center fielder. He can hit; he can run. Now it’s time for him to show us what he can do so we can get him to the big leagues."
Whitesides has been showing what he can do at the high school level as a four-year starter in Kent Fewell’s outfield. Whitesides has been an all-state outfielder since he was a freshman and he ended his career as the state’s all-time home run leader with 46.
Although he’ll be swinging a wood bat now and facing a tougher level of competition, Robinson thinks Whitesides can continue to be a power hitter in the professional ranks.
"We think he has some power in his swing," Robinson said. "That’s going to be part of his player development."
When Whitesides agrees to a contract,
that development will begin in Martinsville, Va., as a member of the Astros’
rookie league affiliate. The Martinsville Astros are members of the Appalachian
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