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Touring the Bases With Buddy Biancalana

May 10, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Buddy Biancalana was a first round draft pick of the Kansas City Royals in 1978 who went on to have a major league career as a middle infielder. Used primarily as a utility player, Buddy had his greatest success was in the 1985 World Series when he played in all seven games and hit .278, the highest average Buddy enjoyed over the six seasons he played in the majors.

Buddy’s success in that Series made his baseball career. He was nearly the MVP of the Series, but despite his inability to ever reach that level again, he believes that he has been able to isolate the neurological process that helps form athletes at the highest levels, the subject of his book, The Seven Secrets of World Class Athletes.

Here is the highly enjoyable interview by Bob Lazzari and Tony De Angelo, from “Monday Night Baseball.”

http://mondaynightsports.net/clips59.php

 

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