The Games Do Count - Kurt Russell Summary & Analysis

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Kurt Russell Summary and Analysis

Kurt Russell's father was a minor league baseball player, so when Kurt began playing baseball at nine, his father was his first coach. Later, when Kurt realized how good he was, he decided he wanted to be a pro baseball player, and his life began to revolve around the game and practices. Kurt learned that the game was just as much mental as it was physical. Kurt also saw that he could have gone all the way and been a pro, but an injury ended his career. However, Kurt has no regrets because the injury led him into an acting career, and to enjoy life to the fullest, and to spend time with his family.

Kurt Russell learned that playing ball requires a person's full attention at all times, and this was something he ultimately didn't mind giving up...

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