Brad Mumma is a former professional baseball player who has 15 years of experience training youth, college, and professional baseball players. He currently has 300+ clients and trains many teams in the area. Professionally Brad was a pitcher but he also trains players in hitting, fielding, catching, speed, strength, and nutrition.
Brad played his high school baseball at national powerhouse LaPorte HS in LaPorte, IN under legendary coach Ken Schreiber. He played 4 years of varsity baseball, 4 years of varsity basketball, and 3 years of varsity football. The total of 11 letters is good for most in school history. He had numerous college offers in all 3 sports but ultimately pursued baseball to try and become a professional.
He went onto Western Michigan University where he became a top of the rotation starter and eventual Pitcher of the year on a pitching staff that included 4 other pros including MLB pitcher Pat Misch. He led the MAC in strikeouts and complete games and tied for the national lead in complete games. He rambled off 7 complete games in a row at one time.
The Toronto Blue Jays drafted him in 2003 and he went on to have a long successful career in the minor leagues. He peaked out at AA in Toronto’s system and had a great winter in the Puerto Rican Winter league which is considered AAA. 2 time minor league All-Star.
Teams played for:
Pulaski Blue Jays-Appalachian League-Rookie
Auburn DoubleDays-NY/Penn League-Short season A
Charleston Alley Cats-South Atlantic League-A
Lansing Lugnuts-Midwest League-A
Dunedin Blue Jays-Florida State League-High A
New Hampshire Fisher Cats-Eastern League-AA
Gary SouthShore Railcats-Northern League-Ind
Schaumburg Flyers-Northern League-Ind
Joliet Jackhammers-Northern League-Ind
Los Lobos De Arecibo-Puerto Rican Winter League-MLB/AAA