World Series MVP Scott Brosius is the guest on today’s episode of Post Game with Paul Golden. Brosius, an Oregon native, played for the Oakland Athletics (1991-1997) before being traded to the New York Yankees (1998-2001). The former All-Star third baseman describes playing on the 1998 New York Yankees—considered one of the greatest teams of all time. In addition to sharing memories of his time in the Bronx, the 3-time World Series champ (1998-2000) details how God used his mom’s cancer to begin his walk with Christ. You will be encouraged as he talks about his faith journey and the role of Baseball Chapel in his life. Brosius shares insight into The Captain—Derek Jeter—and their goal of being in the “dogpile at the end of every season.” He recounts the days following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and its impact on his family. In addition, Scott details his post-career activities: coaching at his college alma mater and the Seattle Mariners as well as Team USA. Be sure to like and subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.
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