|Nick Lovullo, above, wearing his fathers Number 7!|
What was going through your head when you got drafted?
At first I didn't believe it was true, but after I got the phone call from my dad and a ton a other calls/text messages, I started to realize that I just got drafted by a major league baseball team. The feeling was unbelievable.
What was it like growing up in a baseball family, with your dad playing, and now coaching?
Having my dad in the baseball profession is one I am extremely grateful for. I love spending time with him when I go and visit him and hanging around all the players and coaches. It's something not a lot of kids my age get to experience and I am very appreciative of everything my dad has done for me as far as baseball goes.
Were you expecting to be drafted, or did you think you were going to have to wait another few years?
My dad called me a few days before the draft and said that there was a chance that it would happen, but once it got to the last couple if rounds I didn't think it was going to be my year.Do you like the direction the Jays are headed in, or would you do something differently?
Are you going to sign, or will you be headed to college?
I love the direction the Jays are headed, they're a young and energetic team who are going to be contenders for a long time to come.
I haven't decided yet, I have a tremendous offer from Holy Cross to play D1 baseball next year, so its going to take a lot from the Jays to get me to miss out on that experience.
I'd like to thank Nick for taking the time to do this, and wish him luck for next season, whether it be for the Jays, or Holy Cross.
Stay tuned for more BlueJaysPlus interviews, as some time in the next two weeks I will be talking to Lansing Lugnuts All Star Jon Berti!
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