His life no longer is full of glamorous and financially rewarding moments as a major-league pitcher, but Dave Dravecky insists he never asks, "Why me?"
"That question has never come up in my mind," the former San Francisco Giants baseball player who is fighting cancer in his left arm said yesterday. "I have no regrets. My dream was to be in the big leagues for just one day. I got much more than that. I played for seven years, and that was the icing on the cake."
Dravecky, 35, has warmed hearts with his battle against cancer the past 2 1/2 years and will tell his story today at the Baltimore Arena on "God and Country Day," which surrounds the Baltimore Blast's 2:35 p.m. game against the San Diego Sockers.