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In other words, maybe he's looking for real character in a woman. The comments in here is laughable because no one has a clue what they are talking about.

Considering I doubt anyone else here has ANY professional experience, I'll give my two cents in. I proceeded to fight relatively consistently until April of 2006 when I decided to enlist then inconsistently until 2009 after that. But he also really, really loves baseball and isn't about to give it up for you.

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Through friends I've met a man who plays baseball for an independent league (not MLB associated).

As an ex athlete, it does play a part in relationships. When I played, very few people could be around me(or was it me being around them???? Play 2-3 games a week, and well, you can see the problem. It doesn't matter that he's an athlete unless he's letting it get to his head. I seem to do okay as an artist, and in my field(s), I meet tons of others as well.

It's good to ask yourself if you'd be good dating someone who will be gone weeks or months at a time. I always hear alarm bells ringing off in my head when somebody says they're a professional "artist, musician, mommy, major league gamer,magician, witch, messiah, or athlete..."These are hobbies and personal interests. Not viable career paths that put food on your table, and a roof over your head. The only real "difference" is one part brains and one part dedication.

He's sort of dropped in conversation and I know it's incumbent on me to follow that up, which some posters pointed out. But, "cheating" or "playing around" is only ONE reason why relationships with athletes,any high calibre athlete, is a little tougher than with other people. My opinion is that he knows he doesn't have a real job and this "athlete" thing is nearly played out, too. how do you know what he is doing when he's out of town?

He is away this weekend and then next week is the all star game (just like MLB).He says he is considered old for the MLB at 34, but that he has hopes that he may get his shot.He was drafted by MLB but never made it past single-A. He keeps saying though that his being a professional athlete has torpedoed relationships.Sounds like a nice enough guy and it's probably going to be fun dating him but will you need to be very secure, set your own limits and know your values.If he starts acting like something is up and your spidey senses are going off (maybe they already are) you just need to bolt.

He is away this weekend and then next week is the all star game (just like MLB).He says he is considered old for the MLB at 34, but that he has hopes that he may get his shot.He was drafted by MLB but never made it past single-A. He keeps saying though that his being a professional athlete has torpedoed relationships.Sounds like a nice enough guy and it's probably going to be fun dating him but will you need to be very secure, set your own limits and know your values.If he starts acting like something is up and your spidey senses are going off (maybe they already are) you just need to bolt.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.