'Baseball Is The Biggest Self-Esteem Destroyer There Is'
Baseball is full of disappointments: strikeouts, fielding errors, hitting into double plays. And in the minors, those moments carry extra weight; every guy has his sights set on getting called up to the big leagues. For Jonathan Schwind, there was only one way to stay positive through a long season: take it one day at a time.
Schwind retired from the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Double-A affiliate the Altoona Curve at the end of the 2017 season.
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