Manage episode 294431072 series 2885787
On today's edition, Zach interview baseball great Billy Wagner. Billy resides with his wife, Sarah, and their four children, in Crozet, Virginia. He played college baseball at Division III Ferrum College (Va.) of the USA South Athletic Conference. He went 17-3 in three season with the Panthers. He holds the single-season NCAA record for strikeouts per nine innings with 19.1 in 1992 and fewest hits allowed per game at 1.58 in 1992. He held the Division III mark for career strikeouts (327 in 182.1 innings). He was rated by Baseball America as the collegiate prospect with the best velocity among draft-eligible players in 1993. He was inducted into the Salem-Roanoke Baseball Hall of Fame in Salem, VA in February 2003. He was the 2005 recipient of the Tug McGraw Media Good Guy Award...Donated $1,000 per save in 2007 and 2008, which was matched by the Mets Foundation per save to the East Harlem Tutorial Program and the Second Chance Learning Center in Virginia. The total contribution was $122,000. He received the Ben Epstein Good Guy Award from the New York chapter of the BBWAA in January 2008 recognizing his accessibility, cooperation and candor.
Also, on our "House Call" segment of the show, Dr. Tim Clinton will answer a question from one of you.
Tim Clinton, Ed.D, LPC, LMFT, is the President of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), the largest and most diverse Christian counseling association in the world. Dr. Clinton also serves as the Executive Director of the James Dobson Family Institute and recurring co-host of “Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk”, heard on nearly 1,300 radio outlets daily. Licensed as a Professional Counselor and as a Marriage and Family Therapist, Dr. Clinton is recognized as a world leader in mental health and relationship issues and spends much of his time working with Christian leaders and professional athletes. He has authored or edited nearly 30 books, including The Struggle is Real: How to Care for Mental and Relational Health Needs in the Church.
Find out more at drtimclinton.com