Just like the Tribe, baseball is always on the minds of our staff. Because their mitts never go home, lunchtime “breakball” really did the body good for Drs. Ravi Karnani, Erik White and nurse Emily Brown from our center for allergy & immunology.
The stress of the World Series actually keeps Dr. Karnani and Emily from watching the games. “I’m very superstitious,” he said between throws. “Please let destiny be on our side tonight. Go Tribe!”
Dr. Karnani confessed the 10-minute break is his vain attempt of exercise. “It’s to relax, have a break for a few minutes before we go back to the grind.”
“This mitt is older than some people have been working here,” said Dr. Erik White. “It’s about 30 years old.”
For the last few years, Emily said many staff members enjoy going outside to play catch or toss the football around. “I’m just waiting for a badminton game!”
Their favorite players are Jason Kipnis and Mike Napoli. Let’s join the allergy and immunology team as they #RallyTogether.