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Baseball Coach Highlight:

Monday, June 26, 2017

Brendan Sullivan

Owner of Headfirst Baseball

Brendan was a four-year varsity player at St. Albans School ('93) where he was three-time All-Interstate Athletic Conference; two-time Washington Post First Team All-Met ['92-'93], and the 1993 Gatorade Circle of Champions Player of the Year for Washington, D.C. He attended Stanford University, graduating in 1996. While a member of the Cardinal, Brendan participated in three NCAA regional tournaments and the 1995 College World Series, leading the team in saves and appearances during his sophomore season.

Also in 1995 Brendan was selected Reliever of the Year in the Cape Cod Summer League. Drafted in the 26th round in 1996, Brendan signed with the San Diego Padres. He played minor league baseball for 5 years and was promoted to the Triple-A Las Vegas Stars his last two seasons.

  • Former Pro Player
  • Attended Stanford University

Brendan is the Director of Headfirst Baseball and coordinates the Headfirst Gamers, a Washington, DC based developmental and select baseball program for ages 8 thru 18. In 2004, Brendan was named a National Double-Goal Coach of The Year award winner, presented by the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).

 

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Brendan Sullivan

Owner of Headfirst Baseball

Brendan was a four-year varsity player at St. Albans School ('93) where he was three-time All-Interstate Athletic Conference; two-time Washington Post First Team All-Met ['92-'93], and the 1993 Gatorade Circle of Champions Player of the Year for Washington, D.C. He attended Stanford University, graduating in 1996. While a member of the Cardinal, Brendan participated in three NCAA regional tournaments and the 1995 College World Series, leading the team in saves and appearances during his sophomore season.

Also in 1995 Brendan was selected Reliever of the Year in the Cape Cod Summer League. Drafted in the 26th round in 1996, Brendan signed with the San Diego Padres. He played minor league baseball for 5 years and was promoted to the Triple-A Las Vegas Stars his last two seasons.

  • Former Pro Player
  • Attended Stanford University

Brendan is the Director of Headfirst Baseball and coordinates the Headfirst Gamers, a Washington, DC based developmental and select baseball program for ages 8 thru 18. In 2004, Brendan was named a National Double-Goal Coach of The Year award winner, presented by the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).