Lance Berkman played 15 seasons as a Major League Baseball Player with the Astros, Yankees, Cardinals and Rangers. He was selected to play in 6 MLB All-Star Games and played in two World Series with the Astros in 2005, and the Cardinals in 2011.
Berkman was a key contributor to the St. Louis Cardinals winning the 2011 World Series where he hit .417 with 11 hits, 9 runs scored, and a clutch RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning to stave off elimination and eventually help the Cards beat the Rangers in Game 6 and eventually win it all.
A husband to Cara, and a Dad to four daughters, Berkman is currently working with former teammate and friend, Andy Pettitte, the longtime Yankees pitcher, where they both coach high school baseball for Second Baptist School in Houston.
Lance is a follower of Jesus Christ and shared his story with us on The Increase, as he talked about becoming a Christian and why he wants to see others come to that same faith.
This is his story.
– NEW PODCAST: Lance Berkman, 6-time MLB All-Star
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– THE INCREASE: Thanksgiving from a player’s view