WASHINGTON STATE baseball coach Donnie Marbut was breathing a whole lot easier Tuesday after Monday…
UPDATED: Bobo Brayton in stable condition
He was the head coach of the Cougars from 1962 to 1994, piling up 1,162 wins. That's the most in WSU history and it was the fourth-most in NCAA history when he retired. His won 21 league titles in his career, with the 1965 and 1976 teams advancing to the College World Series in Omaha.
Some of the greatest names in WSU sports history played for him, including Ron Cey, Danny Frisella, John Olerud, Scott Hatteberg and Aaron Sele
WSU's baseball facility, Bailey-Brayton Field, is named after Brayton and his coach at WSU, Buck Bailey. Brayton, a shortstop, becane WSU's first All-American baseball player in 1947.
Well-wishers can be sent to him via the Washington State University athletics page on Facebook.
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