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CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: Cory Gearrin

We welcome retired MLB pitcher Cory Gearrin to this week”;s podcast. Cory’s a very articulate guy who had a non-traditional path to becoming a big leaguer, and this combination makes for some great stories on college recruiting and physical and skill development. He reflects on how he had to adapt in the big leagues, and how both his delivery and pitch selection evolved over the course of his career. Finally, Cory speaks to overcoming injuries, being a great teammate, and developing the next generation of baseball players.

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You can follow Cory on Twitter at @CoryGearrin and on Instagram at @CoryGearrin.

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