DiscoverGivBk Sports PodcastEpisode 5 - Kirk Goldstein - “Whatever the game is, keeping playing it. You’ll meet good people along the way.”
Episode 5 - Kirk Goldstein - “Whatever the game is, keeping playing it. You’ll meet good people along the way.”

Episode 5 - Kirk Goldstein - “Whatever the game is, keeping playing it. You’ll meet good people along the way.”

Update: 2019-05-23
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My guest today is a local legend. I’m surprised he hasn’t run for public office yet. I can’t wait for you to get to know this guy as intimately as I have over the last couple years. He’s the commissioner of Santa Monica Little League in southern California and a heck of a family man, Mr Kirk Goldstein!

Notes & Highlights

·      0:06:15 Santa Monica Little League registrations are up 150 players since Kirk and Jason Sherman took the reins

·      0:15:40 kids reach a point in little league where coaches have pushed them as far as they can, now the kids need to push themselves further

·      0:18:34 Shades of the Rockford Peaches, Santa Monica Girl Goes Yard and Was Greeted By Sportsmanship

·      0:22:30 No child left behind and open arms for Malibu Fires victims, best little league field on earth

·      0:28:28 Big Brother, Little Brother mentorship initiative can take our appreciation for the game to another level

·      0:31:05 Takes & Fakes Trivia

·      0:37:12 You don’t have to be an nba player for basketball to be of value to you

·      0:43:00 SMLL actors in The Show, who went pro

·      0:50:04 Anybody can do anything if they dedicate themselves. You don’t just stumble your way to the top.

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Episode 5 - Kirk Goldstein - “Whatever the game is, keeping playing it. You’ll meet good people along the way.”

Episode 5 - Kirk Goldstein - “Whatever the game is, keeping playing it. You’ll meet good people along the way.”

Brett Friedman