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Hustle & Motivate: MLB Reporter Manny Espinal

MLB Reporter Manny Espinal sits down on the Hustle & Motivate podcast presented by Joker Mag, the home of the underdog
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On Hustle & Motivate, we sit down with real-life underdogs in the world of sports, entertainment, and more. Through insightful and thought-provoking conversations, we uncover the stories behind these impressive individuals.

We touch on everything — their mindset, how they got started, what they’re up to now, and how they overcame adversity on the path to greatness.

The aim is to show you what you’re capable of.

Realizing that a simple mindset shift opens up a world of possibilities.  Because in the end, you can do anything you believe you can achieve.

Manny Espinal is a Major League Baseball reporter for Big Sports Bulletin and Canal America, a news station in the Dominican Republic.

Based out of New York, Manny spends a lot of time at both Yankee Stadium and Citi Field throughout the season interviewing players.

MLB reporter Manny Espinal at Fenway Park during the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry series
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Click the play button below for a behind-the-scenes look into the life of a professional sports reporter.

After Listening…

You can follow Manny’s adventures at spring training over on his Twitter and Instagram. If you’re a true diehard fan like me, he’s a must-follow on baseball Twitter.

Remember, whether you’re on the road or at the office, you can find the Hustle & Motivate podcast on all your favorite listening platforms:

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Thanks for listening!

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Division III baseball alum (McDaniel College) and founder of Joker Mag. Sharing underdog stories to inspire the next generation.



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