Throughout the 80s and 90s Darryl Strawberry was one of the top baseball sluggers in Major League Baseball. He helped the New York Mets to the World Series in 1986 and New York Yankees to three world series in 1996, 1998, and 1999. He was voted rookie of the year in 1983 and received a Hall of Fame nomination in 2004.
But Darryl’s life after baseball wasn’t a glorious one. Drug abuse, rehab, house arrest, parole violations, colon and lymph node cancer, and divorce left him with a deep sense of hopelessness.
Today life is different for Darryl Strawberry. His purpose and passion is serving the Lord by speaking message of hope and helping others transform their lives through the power of the gospel. He is an ordained minister, two-time cancer survivor, bestselling author, and Christian speaker.
And he wants to share his story with your church or community!