After baseball panned out, Dean Cassell had designs for a golf career

Baseball helped pay for the incredible career that Dean Cassell enjoyed with the game of golf. The Boston Red Sox paid for his economics degree from UNC, where he was a star pitcher for the Tar Heels, and after a stint in the Navy and some time in the Philadelphia Phillies’ minor league system, he used his $5,000 signing bonus from the team to attend Harvard Business School.

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