We all have gifts. Some naturally sing, write, run, cook, or throw better than others. But no matter the amount of talent, there’s a level of performance you won’t exceed without practice.

Today’s daily grace uses an alternate definition of the word:

Grace noun : simple elegance or refinement of movement

As the 2014 baseball season ends, here’s to three classic plays that embody this kind of grace. [Email subscribers click over to watch videos.]

When I saw this first one, I told my husband, “That play started on a little league field when he was five years old. Years of practice makes that play happen.”


Yes, practice makes perfect is more than a catchy phrase! (Pun intended.)


{This is day 30 of a 31 day series, 31 Days of Daily Grace. Find all posts in this series here.}

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