Robert McCorkle III got a crash course last year in something he thought he already knew plenty about: baseball.

The 37-year-old McCorkle started coaching his son’s Little League team in Savannah and the experience was both more challenging, and more rewarding, that he thought it would be. McCorkle said he grew up playing baseball, but he didn’t realize until he got to a preseason coaching clinic that he actually didn’t have the right techniques for basic things like pitching and hitting.

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