Cal Bailey is a college baseball coaching legend. And out of our 300 podcast episodes, his first two interviews were easily the most commented upon. Just as we’ve always thought, everyone loves a good story — and, my goodness, Cal does have some good stories. His legacy, however, is deep and broad, leaving not only 36 winning seasons in his wake, but a truck load of former players who are carrying on the coaching tradition and some solid citizens and family men.
In this episode, Cal catches us up on the goings-on at the farm, goes into detail on what his through process was when he decided to step down, what he misses most, what he misses least (hint: it’s spelled N C A A), the lessons taught through shared goals, the benefits of being part of a team, and his induction into the West Virginia Sportswriters Hall of Fame.
Listen to our first two interviews with Coach Bailey from 2014:
photo credit: West Virginia State Athletics
Intro Music: Matt’s Blues, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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