Tim Atherton has been pitching for Australia for over a decade and is among the most respected figures in the country’s tight-knit baseball community.
In 2017, he launched the World Baseball Classic. Two years later, Atherton pitched 5⅓ scoreless innings to help the Aussies upset the United States in the Premier12.
It’s not hard for Atherton to remember how he felt the first time he put on the uniform all those years ago. Because those same feelings come back no matter how many times he dresses up for Australians.
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