Jonathan Schoop headed home to play baseball with some kids in his native Curacao
This winter has seen players lift weights, push pickup trucks and take aerobics classes, all with an eye toward Spring Training in a few weeks.
But #NoOffseason isn't just about whacking stuff with a sledgehammer. It's about being all baseball, all the time -- whether that means working out or, like Orioles second baseman
Before Schoop was a Major League All-Star, he was a kid from Curacao -- an island off the coast of Venezuela that's long been a baseball hotbed, producing players like Andruw Jones,
Schoop helped Curacao win the Little League World Series in 2004, and now that he's made it in the Majors, he wanted to come back home and run a clinic for other kids with big league dreams. Plus, the chance to play on his hometown fields didn't hurt.