Bret Boone: Searching for An Identity Beyond the 'Player'
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Bret Boone: Searching for An Identity Beyond the 'Player'

After 14 big league seasons and one aborted comeback attempt, former all-star second baseman Bret Boone has found closure, but not exactly fulfillment. He spends his days playing golf and being a father of four, but is still contemplating his next move.Video by Dave Sheinin, Edited by Ashley Barnas/The Washington Post

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