WATCH: Brebbia's team used 'aggressive moral' to win the Cardinals annual PFP Championship

By NewsRadio 1120 KMOX
JUPITER, Fla. (KMOX) - John Brebbia often reminded his team that the prize is not Pitchers Fielding Practice Championship – the real prize is a World Series Championship. But he was sure treating Wednesday competition like Game 7 of the World Series. 

"It’s real cool to come out here and take it easy, field our ground balls," Brebbia said after winning the PFP Championship. "It’s way cooler to stop a hot shot in Game 6 or 7, pick the ball up, throw the guy out, celebrate, pop (champagne). That’s a lot more fun."

Brebbia and his team of Daniel Ponce de Leon, Evan Kruczynski, Seth Elledge, Ramon Santos and Bryan Dobzanski defeated Andrew Miller's team in the final. He was asked to describe the moral of his team:

"I wouldn't even say it was low, middle or high. I'd say it was aggressive moral," Brebbia says. "And there's no doubt it was what carried this team."

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