Brad Woodall, Former Big League Pitcher
Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Cubs
WBP Pitching Mentor & Coach
Woodall’s experience includes ten years as a player in the professional ranks and two years as a coach at the professional level. As a player, Brad spent 10 years pitching for the Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs organizations. During this time, he was a member of the Atlanta Braves World Championship and National League Championship teams in 1995-1996. He also spent the 1998-1999 seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs, respectively, appearing in 40 games (23 starts) during that period.
Woodall served as a pitching coach in the Tampa Bay Rays organization (2002-2003), coaching many players from the 2008 World Series team. He is the founder and owner of Woodall Baseball Instruction and has authored the book, "A Parent’s Guide to Pitching."
From a collegiate standout at North Carolina and a Major League career with the Braves, Brewers and Cubs, to pitching coach for the Tampa Bay Rays organization and owner of Woodall Baseball Instruction, Brad Woodall has devoted his career to learning and teaching the game of baseball.
Brad attended college at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received an economics degree in 1993. While there, he was a four year starter as a pitcher, outfielder, and first baseman. He participated in the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska in 1989. Woodall was an All-ACC performer (1990, 1991) and a two-time summer league All-American as a pitcher and outfielder.
In 2005, Brad completed a Masters of Business from the University Of Wisconsin Graduate School Of Business in Entrepreneurial Management
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