Saturday, October 16, 2010 9pm
Producer: Mark Moran, KJZZ
The history of professional baseball is checkered with can’t miss prospects who never made it to the big leagues. But most guys quit trying after five, six, 10, 15 years. Not Adam Hyzdu.
The first round draft pick tried for 16 seasons to get his big break. He still holds his Cincinnati area high school’s home run record, passing Ken Griffey, Jr. He took a tape recorder with him to spring training for several years in a row. You’ll never guess where he’s playing now.