Bratton retires after a 55-year run

Baseball and softball has become a Bratton family tradition for Marion, his son Tyler and grandson Maddux (a.k.a. Bobcat on the Mound). (Submitted photos)
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By DANNY P. SMITH
Daily Times Leader
Baseball and softball has been Marion Bratton’s life.
 
After 55 years of playing, coaching and just being a part of those athletic endeavors, Bratton has decided to step back.
 
Bratton finished his coaching career in 2016, but was still teaching at Oak Hill and was still helping the baseball and softball programs.
 
With the circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic changing the way the education process works, Bratton saw it as a good time to completely retire.
 
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