When the Cardinals quarterback Keeler Murray Announcing that he would focus full time on football, many people thought he was making the wrong decision, because he was also a pick in the first round in Major League Baseball. Nobody can claim to have made the wrong decision now, but Murray says that in a perfect world, he still plays baseball.
Murray said Tiki and Turney That he liked being a multi-sport athlete growing up and wished he would still be.
“I’ve played football, baseball and basketball all my life. I miss basketball – I haven’t been able to play as much as I wanted to. But I miss baseball, of course, just being in the penalty area, being with the competing players.” I know I’m where I’m supposed to be. If I chose baseball, I would miss football a lot. For me, I hope I can do both. I definitely feel I can. I never say never, but even now, I enjoy doing what I love. “
Bo Jackson and Dionne Sanders are known for playing both baseball and soccer, and both have played to a high standard. But being a starting quarterback player is a different matter. Murray seems to know his baseball days are over, even when he leaves little room for the possibility that he can try baseball again.
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