Mike Gerrity says it’s part of business.
That’s a nice way of saying it sucks.
In a month’s time, the Erie BayHawks waived him twice with the latter coming Feb. 9.
Ten days later, the Maine Red Claws claimed him out of the D-League player pool.
Today, Gerrity, 25, returned to Erie to face his former team and somehow didn’t vent about how the BayHawks parted ways with him twice.
“It’s hard, but you understand what you’re getting yourself into at the beginning of the year,” Gerrity said. “I knew it was going to be an uphill battle all the way, but it’s about the sacrifices you’re willing to make if you love the game.”
Gerrity had four points and four assists off the bench in his return, but it wasn’t too long ago he joined Erie, was waived, rejoined Erie and got waived again.