JOHNSON CITY — Paul Hoilman has always had another game of baseball to look forward to.
The big first baseman was a perennial all-star, from Science Hill to East Tennessee State and right on through his first two seasons of minor league ball. Suddenly, the games are behind him.
After spending a month at the Chicago Cubs training facility in Arizona, getting ready for his next assignment in the organization, Hoilman was told in late March that there was no longer a roster spot for him. He’s now back home in Johnson City laying the groundwork for a career in financial planning.
“As hard as it is to say, I think I’m finished,” Hoilman said this week.
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