The story of Sammy Stewart
The Boston Globe
''I'd love to be a pitching coach. I'd do it for free. I'd love to teach kids. Be your own person and be proud about not doing drugs. I believe it's its really cool to say no. I would tell any youngster to listen to the people you love. It's something I couldn't do at an older age.'' ''I want to give something to my children where they say, 'Daddy we're proud of you,' and whenever I die they'll say, 'My Daddy, he beat it. It took him a long time, but he beat it.' You know what? I'm gonna beat it. I will. I know I will.''
''I'd love to be a pitching coach. I'd do it for free. I'd love to teach kids. Be your own person and be proud about not doing drugs. I believe it's its really cool to say no. I would tell any youngster to listen to the people you love. It's something I couldn't do at an older age.''

''I want to give something to my children where they say, 'Daddy we're proud of you,' and whenever I die they'll say, 'My Daddy, he beat it. It took him a long time, but he beat it.' You know what? I'm gonna beat it. I will. I know I will.''
(Globe Staff Photo / Stan Grossfeld)