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Woodford's Win Through Parrett's Eyes

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Updated: 6/17/2012 12:54 am
Where does a state title as a head coach rank in the eyes of a former major leaguer?

Where does a state title rank in the eyes of a guy who lost a state title in 1979, and clearly remembers the pitch that did him in?

Check out the video to hear Jeff Parrett's take on Woodford County's first state baseball title, in just his first year as the head coach.

And there's a not so subtle reminder of how much baseball means behind him.
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