Brian Sweeney

Brian played professional baseball for 18 seasons, competed in 5 different countries, and then signed as an undrafted free agent. Brian played with 5 major league organizations and spent 3 years playing in Japan for the Nippon Ham Fighters. Brian possesses the profound knowledge of technique, strategies, and mental skills needed to succeed on and off the baseball field. He is experienced in managing people from diverse backgrounds, and has assisted the team in understanding the unique value of forming a winning atmosphere.

Brian debuted in the Major Leagues with the Seattle Mariners on August 16, 2003 against the Boston Red Sox. His first major league win was with the San Diego Padres against Randy Johnson in 2004.

Rate for private lessons with Brian are $55 per 1/2 hour lesson or 4 private lesson for $200



I have been training and teaching at All Stars Academy for several years now and have seen firsthand how Mike’s hitting and pitching
programs improve a player’s performance. It is important to train and work on specific skills in the game of baseball, but more important to bring these skills into a game situation. Mike’s programs train you to be a better player and then test your skills in a game situation. This in my opinion is the only
way to become a better player.

Brian Sweeney, Arizona Diamondbacks