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Inside Pitch 16 Mar 18
“I have eliminated [‘expectations’] from my vocabulary. Expectations are a false reality that have nothing to do with goal setting or learning. In the process, there is no fear. In the results is where all the fear is, because you can’t control them.”
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Cole Colony 15 Mar 18
RIP Augie Garrido, the winningest coach in college baseball history. He helped shape the sport into what it is today. He became a fixture in Omaha, most recently in 2014.
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Rob Cooper 15 Mar 18
When I was a young coach trying to learn, Augie let me come out and spend a day with him at Fullerton. He allowed me to ask anything and everything. He gave me full access to their practice. I will never forget that!
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Rob Cooper 15 Mar 18
I am literally crushed to hear the news about the passing of a giant of our game. God Bless You Augie Garrido. I never played or coached for him, but I consider him a mentor. Taught me so much about coaching.
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Brett Halasz 15 Mar 18
Lost for words.
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Lyndon Watkins 15 Mar 18
He will be missed across diamonds everywhere
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Matt Greely 15 Mar 18
It was a pleasure to hear Coach Garrido speak this January.
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Texas Sports Life 15 Mar 18
We lost a legend today 😔 Coach Garrido is the winningest coach in college baseball history. He won 5 College World Series championships, 2 of them at the University of Texas. We pray that our Lord, Jesus Christ, welcomes Augie Garrido into His kingdom!!
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Tyler LaTorre 15 Mar 18
Sad day in baseball.
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Baylor Baseball 15 Mar 18
We are saddened by the passing of Augie Garrido. Regardless of the great battles on the diamond, we were always grateful for the respect shown to Baylor Baseball by Coach Garrido.
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Steve Rodriguez 15 Mar 18
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to one of the greatest coaches in our business. Very honored to have played and coached against an amazing coach and man.
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Matt Miller 15 Mar 18
Today the baseball world lost a legend! Rest easy Coach!
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Inside Pitch 16 Mar 18
“We look at baseball and have a tendency to say it’s a game of failure and we leave it at that, and for a lot of years I did too. I don’t agree with that anymore. For me, it’s like Psych 101- the glass is half full!“
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Asher cook 15 Mar 18
Rest In Peace to the greatest to ever do it. College baseball is not the same without you.
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Ryan Perkins 15 Mar 18
Rest In Peace to the Greatest Baseball Coach to ever touch the game.
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NWKorey 15 Mar 18
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Coach Butler 15 Mar 18
Hate to read the news about Augie Garrido. The man could coach some baseball.
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Mi$ta Kane♐™ 13 Apr 18
464 days ago I lost a first cousin.. 463 days ago was the last time we spoke.. That shit really hurt, I meant broke me 💔
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Chris Billings 15 Mar 18
“Don’t you get it! This isn’t about baseball! This is about life!” Get to watch the greatest game from the greatest seat in the house now. We will miss you down here.
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Andy Carvin 19 Sep 12
Need to get some rest. Love to all of you who offered their support over the last 24 hours, especially those who .
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