THIS IS EPISODE 382 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Danny Graves is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He was selected in the fourth round of the 1994 MLB Amateur Draft by Cleveland and made his MLB debut two years later with the Indians in July 1996.
He went on to pitch for 10 more years with three different teams, accumulating 182 career saves and two appearances in the MLB All-Star Game (2000, 2004).
Graves is the only Vietnam-born player in the history of Major League Baseball and is currently a broadcasting analyst with the Cincinnati Reds Radio Network.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Graves about being born in Vietnam in 1973, pitching in the steroids era, how his faith helped save him during a difficult time of depression and drugs, and his favorite All-Star Game memories.
You can also watch Danny’s appearance on HBO’s “Real Sports” and his trip to Vietnam with his mother by clicking here.
– Casey Sadler, Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher
– Seth Morrison, Skillet Lead Guitarist
– Inky Johnson, former Tennessee defensive back, motivational speaker
– Darryl Strawberry, 4-Time MLB Champion
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