OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - Barry Zito spent 15 years in the MLB for the A's and Giants and now he has started a new career.
He now calls Nashville home and is now a Country music singer-songwriter with his debut EP No Secrets.
The EP debuted on the Billboard charts at No. 15 on the Americana/Folk Album Sales list and No.39 on the Country Album Sales.
He comes from a musical family- his father was a conductor for Nat King Cole, his mother was one of Cole's backup singers and his sister is a country artist.
Zito had a successful baseball career, winning 165 games, a Cy Young Award, and 2 World Series titles.