Ray Brown

  Position: Head Coach





* Edmonton Prospects Head Coach - 2014/15/16 Seasons

  • Professional Scout

    Associate Scout- Boston Red Sox - Chicago White Sox - Seattle Mariners - Montreal Expos

    Part Time Scout - Los Angeles Dodgers -San Diego Padres – 2003 to present with Seattle Mariners

    Baseball Development Officer Oceania Region - 1993 to present

    Developed Baseball Coaching and umpiring manuals for the Oceania Region

    Set up development programs from grassroots to elite development in Oceania Region

    Sent players from Oceania region with potential to play at various U.S Colleges

    Assisted in field development

    Tournament Director for Oceania Tournaments, developed standardized rules for conducting tournaments

    Pitching Coach - Macerata, Italy – 1990

    Invited by Dave Robb to come to Italy to develop pitching program for Macerata Baseball Club – worked with elite pitchers and youth pitchers

    Head Coach of Professional Baseball Institute - 1988 to 1993

    Established a high performance program for athletes who desired to reach a higher level of playing excellence – Many of the players and coaches who participated in the PBI are still contributing to baseball development not only in Alberta but world wide – Trevor Schumm, Australia – Greg Wolfe, New Zealand – Sheen Bromley, Federated States of Micronesia and Alberta - Mark Randall, Les McTavish, Alberta – Dave Robb, Italy, Arizona and Alberta – Chamare Jayasekera (CJ) Coaching Director for St. Albert Minor Baseball since 2010, he is originally from New Zealand and was developed during my time in New Zealand

    Head Coach - Alberta Baseball Association - 1984 to 1987

    Developed the first high performance year round training baseball development program

    For Baseball Alberta

    Player Coach - Edmonton Tigers Baseball Club - 1977 to 1984

    Won Canadian National Championship in 1978 – Established fall and winter training programs - Played a minimum of 70 games per season every season - Voted Canadian National Coach of the year in 1978 – Voted Alberta Provincial Coach of year twice – provided U.S College opportunities for various players

    Pitching Coach - Cal-State Long Beach - 1975 to 1976

    Resigned position to move to Alberta

    Minor League Player - 1971 to 1975

    Signed with Kansas City Royals – pitched 2 no hitters, one of which was the first perfect game in the California League

    College Player - 1967 – 1971

    Attended Cal State University at Long Beach, 1969 – 1971 – won league championship in 1970 – Attended Long Beach City College, 1967 to 1969, won back to back state championships, complied an 11-1 record with a 1.37 era  in 1969

    High School Player – 1964- 1967

    Played 3 years of high school baseball – in 1967 was part of the National Championship Long Beach Cardinals who won the Connie Mack National Championship