Paul Mainieri runs one of the most respected and robust college baseball programs in the country. LSU is one of a handful of programs in the NCAA that pays for itself. Mainieri has a long list of former assistants and players that have moved into coaching and his opinions on the coaching profession are sought after and respected. In this episode, Mainieri talks about scholarship limits, playing for your father, and how assistant coaches can cut though the clutter to get noticed.
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Intro Music: Matt’s Blues, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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