Life After Baseball

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USC baseball boasts a hundred Major League players and counting.  While the program is proud of those that excel at the next level, the Trojan way is to prepare for life outside of the uniform.

Flores-broadcasting.jpgRandy Flores has used Dedeaux Field to launch both his careers.  The left-hander spent 15 years in the pros after Mike Gillespie gave him the chance to walk-on at USC. 

Now, he is looking to work his way up from the bottom in the broadcasting profession.  The World Series winner is serving as a volunteer color analyst alongside student broadcasters on to get a feel for life behind the microphone.

Click here to read his full story.

"I need to have a second career, an actual career," Flores told the Arizona Daily Star. "I'm not one of those guys looking to fill time."

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