Jan 15, 2019
Michael Papajohn was drafted by the Texas Rangers in 1985 but decided to accept a scholarship to play at LSU, where he became an SEC All-Tournament player and helped the Tigers build a foundation that would eventually lead to six national championships.
When his baseball days came to an end, he had to make a career change. So, he became a Hollywood actor, director, stuntman and producer.
Listen to this edition of "Exploring The MindSide" to hear Dr. McCabe talk to Michael about what a major career change was like for him and what advice he has for others.
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