John Smoltz on his father’s passing and the greater meaning to ‘Field of Dreams’ | Will Cain Podcast

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Will sits down with Hall of Fame Pitcher John Smoltz to discuss the greater significance of the Field of Dreams movie, and how it is not just a story of America, but of the bonds forged by baseball between fathers and sons.  John opens up about why being on site in Dyersville, Iowa has an added significance on the morning of his father’s passing.

Plus, Smoltz gives his thoughts on the modern state of baseball, whether Aaron Judge may break the home run record, as well as sharing insight into the greatest moments of his career.

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