Pitcher Dave Dravecky threw “…the pitch that could be heard round the world.”
His arm had split in two while throwing a pitch during a major league baseball game. As he tumbled to the ground, his mind filled with doubt and fear. Subsequently, in November of 1989, the arm, along with his shoulder blade and collarbone had to be amputated for fear the reoccurrence of cancer would spread and take his life.
The challenges he faced in the years following has taught him volumes — Lessons on how to navigate loss and suffering, and how to experience encouragement and hope. Dave has explored what is his true worth… learning that it’s not what you do that matters most — it’s who you are!
Join us as Dave inspires us through the encouragement and hope he has discovered along the way.