Nathan Diederich: A Swift Advance Through Three Eventful Years in Minor League Baseball
What’s it like being the youngest umpire in Minor League Baseball—for two years running? What’s it like to overturn a walk-off home run? What’s it like to call a no-hitter? 21-year-old Nathan Diederich shares stories of these experiences and more from his three years of swift advancement through MiLB in this episode!
Even at a young age, Nate already has the gift of drawing some pretty perceptive and important lessons from his experiences and the people he’s come into contact with—you’re going to find him very easy to root for as he advances toward the Bigs. Enjoy!
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