Dave Jauss, Senior Advisor (Player Development) for the Washington Nationals is our guest on today’s episode. This baseball lifer has coached for over 34 years at a variety of levels in the US, Canada, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic and has been bench coach and scout for several Major League teams. Dave details the three generations of his family in sports including his dad, a legendary Chicago sportswriter. You will hear of Dave’s special connection to Hall of Famer David Ortiz and the 2004 World Series champions, the Boston Red Sox. In addition, he describes the experience of throwing BP to Pete Alonso of the New York Mets in last year’s Home Run Derby. This faithful follower of Jesus will share how marriage struggles ultimately brought he and his wife to faith in Christ. Stay tuned to the end to hear Dave explain why an event on December 6, 2004 was even more meaningful than winning the World Series. Be sure to subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.