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Mike Martin Sr.'s legacy at Florida State more than just the baseball wins


Nobody won more ballgames in college baseball history. And nobody did so with consistency, 40 wins or more for 40 straight seasons. Mike Martin Sr. was promoted to Florida State’s head coach in 1980 and it became his vocation for the next four decades. With grace and a warm smile, “11” built FSU’s program into one that was among the nation’s best. (The Osceola)

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Mike Martin Sr.'s legacy at Florida State more than just the baseball wins


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