Travis Hafner is today’s guest on the Post Game podcast. Travis played twelve years in the Major Leagues with the Texas Rangers (2002), New York Yankees (2013) and most notably, the Cleveland Indians (2003-2012). The former first baseman and designated hitter describes growing up in rural North Dakota and making it to the Majors despite not playing organized baseball until college. He discusses his MLB-record for six grand slams in a season and the origin of his nickname, Pronk. In addition to sharing memories of his time in Cleveland, Travis details his time with the Yankees--most importantly, finding Jesus Christ in the Bronx. Travis describes the significant role Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera played in his spiritual growth. You will be encouraged as he talks about his faith, family, and post-career activities. Be sure to like and subscribe to the Post Game with Paul Golden podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.
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