By Kevin Eck
Our media partner, PressBox, caught up with Orioles closer Zach Britton.
PressBox: Who was your favorite athlete when you were a kid?
Zach Britton: I enjoyed watching Tom Glavine pitch. A [fellow] left-handed pitcher, and the Braves were my favorite team.
PB: If you weren’t playing baseball, what would you be doing for a living?
ZB: It’s hard to say. I feel like there’d have been a lot of things I’d have done differently. I was focused on baseball from such a young age. My dad builds homes, so maybe something like that. My brother’s a police officer, so there’s so many paths I could’ve taken.
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