Former Major League Baseball All Star centerfielder, Brett Butler, joins Mick and Mook on Wednesday, October 20th.
Butler played 17-years in MLB with the Braves, Indians, Giants, Dodgers and Mets. He played in 2,213 games and accumulating 2,375 hits with a career batting average of .290. He was a National League All-Star in 1991, while playing with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Post his playing career, Brett managed in the Minor Leagues for five years and coached for the Miami Marlins, before retiring from baseball.
In 1996, Butler battled cancer and despite being told he’d never play baseball again, he returned to the Dodgers in September of that year. He played one more season before playing his final game on September 28, 1997.
Be sure to join Mick, Mook and Brett for this fascinating episode, as they talk baseball and some interesting life experiences.