Brett Young gets autobiographical about baseball and romance in new "Catch" video

Big Machine Brett Young relives his college days playing baseball at the University of Mississippi in the new video for his latest single, “Catch.”

The California native traveled back to the Ole Miss campus in Oxford, Mississippi for the shoot, which also chronicles the beginning of his romance with his wife Taylor, as well as the injury that ended his baseball career.

This fall, Brett and Taylor are expecting their first child, a baby girl. You can check out the “Catch” video on YouTube now.

Meanwhile, Brett’s diving into a busy week of CMA Fest activities in Nashville. Tuesday night, he performs “Ain’t Nothing ‘Bout You” on Brooks & Dunn’s new episode of CMT Crossroads, which will air later this month. On Wednesday, he re-teams with his Crossroads partners Boyz II Men on the CMT Music Awards.

Brett will wrap up the week headlining Ascend Amphitheater on Friday, before playing the CMA Fest main stage at Nissan Stadium on Friday.

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