Brock, Pat 2011-07-03

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General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Pat Brock

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Date: July 03, 2011

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 00:53:16


Background, Family history, Jim’s interest in baseball, Jim’s coaching goals, Dating Jim, Jim’s education, Summer coaching, Jim’s overcoming fear of speech, Appointed as baseball coach, Winning National Junior College Championship, Replaced Bobby Winkles at Arizona State University, Family business, Traveling for games, Memories of ball players, Bat girls, Oddibe Mcdowell, Bobby Horner, Full ride scholarships, Pat became volunteer coach, Bonding with players parents, Recruiting experiences, Shrinking scholarship funds, Bobby Winkles, Describing the season, Qualified for Omaha, Omaha goal, First trip to Omaha, Understanding the flow of games, Learning to live with difficult people, Competing against the pro teams, Helpful people in baseball, Qualities Jim looked for in a recruit, STAR seminar class, Recruits, Darrell Jackson, Barry Bonds, College Baseball Hall of Fame, Donations, American League baseball, Thanked people

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