Brian is co-founder of Premier Pitching and Performance along with Josh Kesel and is the President of P3. Brian currently serves as the Bullpen Coach for the Seattle Mariners during the season, and spends his time working at P3 during the off-season. In the past, he has also been a pitching coach at the high school level, the junior college level, the University of Missouri and in the Northwoods League working under current New York Mets Manager Terry Collins
Upon coming back home to St. Louis, Brian spent five years as the pitching coordinator for a local high school club program, where he helped to develop many of the area’s elite arms. Athletes that have worked with Brian include: 2013 2nd round pick Devin Williams, 2013 11th round pick Jake Brentz, 2014 2nd round pick Mitch Keller, 2017 1st round pick Tanner Houck, 2017 8th round pick Brian howard, Vanderbilt commit Erik Kaiser at 96 mph, and 2015 1st round pick Jonathan Harris.
Brian has worked directly with six pitchers who have reached the MLB level, and 12 others who have gone on to pitch professionally, 10 of which were drafted out of high school. More than 40 of Brian’s pitchers have signed onto the Division 1 level. Along with several current MLB pitchers, Brian also carries a clientele base of around 20 MiLB pitchers, and works with many high-level college athletes during the P3 College Summer Development Program.
Brian’s tradition for coaching excellence continues at P3. During the 2015/2016 training season, P3 saw 12 high school pitchers reach the 90 mph mark from the mound including Arkansas commit Jake Kostyshock, Notre Dame commit Joe Boyle at 96 mph, Oklahoma St commit Trey Riley at 94 mph, and many more! Brian also trained current projected top picks Riley Pint and Joey Wentz before transitioning them to Premier KC.
Ultimately, Brian is known throughout the Midwest for changing the way pitchers train during the off-season. Brian is sought out for his experience and has worked with clubs across the country to develop training programs benefitting athletes at every level.