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Published On: March 24th, 2014

This week with Monday Musings we talked to former Buck, Adam Dian.  He attend the University of Pittsburgh and is majoring in legal studies. Here are 5 interesting facts about him.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

1. How did you get involved with playing baseball?

I got involved with baseball because my grandfather was an umpire for
over thirty years and it was a sport my mom grew up with in her household.
I started playing when I was in tee ball and have played ever since.

2. What made you want to play for the Bucks?

The work that Dan Corbin and the entire Bucks organization do to find
top players all across the country and to make the experience the best it
can be for the players, made the decision to play for the Bucks very easy.

3. What was the best advice anyone ever gave you?

The best advice anyone ever gave me was to play the game as hard as you
can because you never know who is watching. That has stuck with me over
the years and has played a key role in my development as a player.

4. What was the most memorable moment playing baseball?

My most memorable moment in baseball was the entire season for the
Bucks last year. The camaraderie of the team from top to bottom was
unbelievable and allowed all of us to develop friendships we will maintain
for our lifetimes.

5. If you could change one thing about baseball, what would it be?

I do not think there is anything I would change about baseball. I am
old fashioned and like the way the game was played when players played
every day and treated it with respect.