Jason Motte recently retired from baseball and he’s joined the staff of the University of Memphis baseball team.  In his new role, he’ll serve as the director of player development.  He began his professional career as a catcher and then was converted to a hard throwing pitcher.  He closed out the 2011 World Series for the Cardinals and in 2012, he led the National League in saves with 42.  He pitched for the Cardinals, Cubs, Rockies, and Braves.

     In this podcast, Jason reveals what the moment was like in closing out the clinching game of a World Series.  Also, his passion is raising funds and awareness to beat cancer.  In this interview, he’s very emotional in talking about the people he’s helped and lost in the fight against cancer.  You’ll find out why he named one of his kids after a Cardinals Hall Of Famer.  It’s all covered here.  Enjoy!