WALDORF, Md. -- Joash Brodin's winter doesn't sound half bad. When the season ends, the Ducks' leftfielder will head back to Olympia, Wash., and give baseball lessons. Maybe take some classes and even coach a little basketball. But Brodin's in no rush to return to the Pacific Northwest.
"Offseason's a terrible time for a baseball player," Brodin said. "You give it two weeks and everyone's...
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