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Off Season, The Series: The Relentless Spirit of MLB Athlete Crhis Paddack

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Off Season, The Series:
The Relentless Spirit of
MLB Athlete Chris Paddack

Some people were born on third base and go through life thinking they hit a triple. MLB starting pitcher for the San Diego Padres Chris Paddack is not one of those people. Embodying a relentless spirit and a driving force, Paddack has two-thirty-six tattooed on the side of his ribs as a reminder that two hundred thirty-five people were picked before him in the draft. From being traded to experiencing a career-ending injury, we connected with Paddack on his small-town Texas ranch to capture his incredible story of triumph as he overcame adversity on his way to the big league, a dream he chased to support his family.

One for the Road

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One for the Road

No destination. All dust on pavement. The crack of a beer. Echoes of a shotgun ringing out to infinity and smashing a glass into pieces. The pull of a throttle and wheels feverishly digging into dirt. Dust in eyes. Whiskey on throat. Wild, wild, wild.

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On the Fly with Maddie Brenneman

To catch, hold, and safely release a trout back into a river is a special feeling for Maddie Brenneman, an avid angler, fly fishing enthusiast, and all-around outdoorswoman. If she's on the water, she's perfectly content. And that's exactly how we felt when we spent the day with her fly fishing in Steamboat, Colorado.

Faster Still: Sarah + Armand Lance
Faster Still: Sarah + Armand Lance

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Faster Still: Sarah + Armand Lance

If life is about finding balance, then we might all take a note from Sarah Jane and Armand Lance. This pair has found a peaceful harmony between life on the road and life on a small ranch in Oregon.

Cabin Fever
Cabin Fever

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Cabin Fever

This ain’t your typical cabin fever. This is the kind you never want to end. We got a little mud on the tires, and everywhere else. Found swimming holes. Got wet. Whiskey on hand. Ate Georgia peaches. And let the river take us further into the wild. The days here are warm and everything melts slowly into the night, which melts into the morning.