This week we were able to catch up with professional baseball player Brandon Peterson. With spring training just around the corner, check out a local guy to root for!
Q: Where are you from?
BP - Savage, MN
Q: Where is your hometown/birthplace?
BP - Burnsville, MN
Q: Any brother/sisters (kids)?
BP - 2 sisters, both older
Q: What sports do you participate in?
BP - Currently playing in MN Twins organization
Q: What activities do you enjoy outside of your sports?
BP - Hunting, fishing, anything outdoors. Also love roller coasters (always a kid at heart.)
Q: Favorite movie?
BP - Wedding Crashers
Q: Why do you train at MASH?
BP - To get me in the best shape for my season
Q: What’s one thing most people don’t know about you?
BP - I am a huge Harry Potter fan
Q: Biggest Pet Peeve?
BP - People having the sense of entitlement. That and wet socks
Q: Favorite show on Netflix?
BP - Last Man Standing (Gotta love Tim Allen)
Q: Favorite social media app?
BP - None, I participate but I don't like that I do.
Q: Gameday Rituals/ Any Superstitions?
BP - Surprisingly not superstitious, especially for being a pitcher.
Q: Least favorite Nate Stemper exercise?
BP - Easy, Turkish get-ups. Or side plank hip adduction
Q: Favorite memory of MASH?
BP - The entire last three years. Watching where they were to how far they have come. The success they have accumulated is earned, and it's awesome seeing it happen to genuine and nice people.
Q: Years at MASH?
BP - 3
Q; Who is your biggest role model?
BP - My father. No matter, he finds a way.
Q: What is one thing you never leave home without?
BP - Water bottle- gotta get those 128 fl. oz
Q: What is your favorite book?
BP - HP or John Sandford- Prey Series (about a Minneapolis detective)
Q: What would you sing at Karaoke night?
BP - Bob Seger- Old Time Rock n Roll
Q:Favorite Baseball memory?
BP - Winning Florida State League Championship (High-A Minors)
Q: Anything else you would like to add/want people to know?
BP - My favorite quote is: "You had a purpose before anyone had an opinion." I try to do everything in my life with intent. People will question your purpose/intent, which can create doubt in one's mind. Screw 'em. Don't let their "opinion" get in your mind and dictate if you have success. Surround yourself with good people, trust the process, and trust YOURSELF. Then you can turn to them and say "watch this"
Photo Cred: http://www.milb.com/player/index.jsp?sid=milb&player_id=621271#/career/R/pitching/2016/ALL