Cincinnati native Kevin Youkilis goes In The Trenches with Dave Lapham presented by First Star Logistics.
A two-time World Series Champion with the Boston Red Sox, Youkilis talks about his childhood growing up and attending Sycamore High School before deciding between Butler University and the University of Cincinnati for college.
Growing up a Bearcats fan, Youkilis impressed former Bearcats baseball coach Brian Cleary picking to stay home where he excelled for the Bearcats. Youkilis would earn second-team All-American honors and first-team Conference USA honors as a junior but go undrafted. After another stellar year as a senior, Youkilis would get the call from the Boston Red Sox, who took the Bearcats standout in the eighth round of the 2001 MLB Draft.
After a few years in the minor leagues, Youkilis would get the call from the parent club and never look back, embarking on a ten-year major league career with the Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, and New York Yankees.
After baseball, Youkilis continued his philanthropy work with the Youkilis's foundation, is the father to three children, and happens to be Tom Brady's brother-in-law.
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