Iowa Cubs pitcher Trevor Clifton finds peace, quiet and affordability in his tiny house

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Iowa Cubs pitcher Trevor Clifton finds peace, quiet and affordability in his tiny house
Iowa Cubs pitcher Trevor Clifton finds peace, quiet and affordability in his tiny house

Iowa Cubs pitcher Trevor Clifton built a tiny house to live in during the baseball season. Trevor Clifton pulls out his key, gets on the back of a trailer and walks across the metal platform to a door. That door marks the start of about 104 square feet of wooden housing. The habitat is barely big enough for a bed and a couch and doesn't have any plumbing or even a shower. But none of that bothers Clifton. This is home for the Iowa Cubs pitcher. It's an unusual route for any professional athlete. Most minor league players in Triple-A live in apartments or out of hotels. But not Clifton, a right-handed starting pitcher for Iowa. Instead, Clifton, named the Chicago Cubs' top minor league pitcher

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