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  • Episode 9: Business Success Strategies Learned from Pro Ball – The Baseball and Business Podcast
    March 13th, 2019

    2005 7th Round Draft Pick Brandon Roberts shares from his seven year minor league career and seven years in business full time on Episode 9. Brandon is currently a Sr. Director of Global Sales Operations at MINDBODY after being promoted six times since starting. Here’s some of what you’ll hear by tuning into this episode… […]

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  • Episode 8: The Choice Between Coaching and a “Regular Job” – The Baseball and Business Podcast
    March 6th, 2019

    Former D1 college and pro baseball player Lou Bernardi shares from his transition as a player into coaching on Episode 8. In addition to being a college baseball coach, Lou serves on the Board of Directors for the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award and Foundation. Lou with Sean Doolittle, 2018 MLB winner of the […]

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  • Episode 7: Winning in Entrepreneurship – The Baseball and Business Podcast
    February 27th, 2019

    Former college baseball player Jim Cavale shares from his experience as a successful entrepreneur on Episode 7. He is a 3-Time INC. 5000 Entrepreneur, an annual award that INC. Magazine reserves for America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies. He is currently running his fourth company, Influencer. The company serves sports team brands by aggregating their internally-produced […]

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  • Are You Ready?
    February 20th, 2019

    By Luke Melms Spring Training is officially underway and the college guys have a handful of games under their belt. Now is the time when the offseason work behind the scenes comes front and center. As promised, we are going to get content going again on a weekly basis now that Spring Training is rolling. […]

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  • The End
    December 12th, 2018

    By Luke Melms Greatness on the baseball field doesn’t buy a ticket to avoiding the fact that the game of life eventually ends. I saw the picture above for the first time as many news outlets shone the light on the life of George H.W. Bush. This picture of George while a student-athlete at Yale was […]

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  • Episode 6: Own Your Odds – The Baseball and Business Podcast
    November 28th, 2018

    On Episode 6, former Stanford Cardinal and St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguer Andrew Summerville shares from both his journey in baseball and business. Here’s some of what you’ll hear by tuning into this episode… 1. How Andrew was able to leverage his on the field experience to get business experience while playing in the Cardinals […]

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  • Episode 5: Leveraging LinkedIn – The Baseball and Business Podcast
    October 24th, 2018

    On Episode 5, we dive into leveraging the platform that is LinkedIn. While most episodes will have a featured guest, there will be weeks where we hit on a specific topic that is actionable. Episode 5 covers two aspects of LinkedIn… 1. The basics of creating and maximizing your LinkedIn profile 2. A proven method to […]

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  • So You Didn’t Become a Big Leaguer…It’s Going to Be Ok
    October 17th, 2018

    By Darren Fenster Somewhere in an old email account’s inbox of mine lies an unread message, from me, to me. It was my life plan. Actually, it was my life plan, in baseball. I don’t even know if AOL mail still exists here in 2018, nor could I even venture a guess to the password […]

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  • Episode 4: Making Six Figures Through Sales – The Baseball and Business Podcast
    October 3rd, 2018

    On Episode 4, we have a great story of a former college player reaching the six figure mark by age 24. Mike Karpinski shares from his journey of turning success on the field into success in business. Here are the highlights from our conversation… The challenges of figuring out if the first job after graduation was […]

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  • Episode 3: The Beauty of Delayed Gratification – The Baseball and Business Podcast
    September 26th, 2018

    On Episode 3, Jake Gronsky comes on the podcast to share how baseball being a game of delayed gratification prepared him for playing the long game as a writer. Here are just a few things you’ll hear from our conversation on the podcast… Jake talks about how a broken bone by a hit by pitch in […]

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