Tim Tschida - Major League Umpire

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How the heck do you become a Major League Ump? Do you wake up one day and just show up or is there a process to get there? Well, there is a process and it is a GRIND. To get to the top of any field you have to put in your time and be really good at what you do. Tim Tschida was really good at what he did. He became a full time Americal League Ump in 1986 until his retirement following the 2012 season. He did this for 26 years. During those years, he worked 13 postseasons, including the World Series in 1998, 2002 and 2008, He also worked 2 All-Star games and was on the field for Kenny Rogers perfect game, behind the plate for Nolan Ryan’s 7th no-hitter and Carlos Zambrano’s no hitter. But how does a kid from St.Paul, Minnesota go from playing ball and jumping fences to watch Dave Winfield and Paul Molitor play Legion Baseball to umping a MLB game in which these guys are playing? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/linklete/support

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