Former Baylor and MLB Pitcher Pat Combs Authors Book

More than ever, youth sports has become a hyper-competitive battlefield. In More Than the Score (How Parents and Coaches Can Cultivate Virtue in Youth Athletes) former Baylor Baseball and MLB pitcher Pat Combs shows us how to turn the tide.

Currently, Pat is a behavioral analytics consultant for numerous professional athletes, MLB & NFL teams, and corporate leaders. He is also the Chairman of Combs Capital Partners, a wealth management firm. He’s a broadcast color analyst for Fox Sports college baseball and serves on multiple corporate and non-profit boards.  Combs states, “My greatest hope is that this book will reach people who need to hear more about Jesus and how we focused on honoring God with our kids, as they participated in sports.”

By clicking the link below, you can register to be a part of the “Launch Team” for the book.  The official launch date is October 15.  The Launch Team will simply help spread the word about the book to your friends & neighbors, and on Amazon, Christian Book, and social media platforms.  There is also an offer to purchase the book at a pre-sale discount for being a part of the Team!

https://manhoodjourney.org/more-than-the-score/

About the author:  Pat Combs spent 8 years playing professional baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies (1st Round selection, 1988) and Milwaukee Brewers. As a collegiate athlete, Pat represented his country as a baseball player for Team USA. Pat was an All-American and Academic All-American at Baylor University, where he was later inducted into the Baylor Athletic Hall of Fame.  He also served as President of the Baylor “B” Association’s Board of Directors in 2018.

He and his wife, Christina, have 3 sons: Carson, Conner & Casey and a daughter-in-law, Sarah Rose. Pat continues to mentor & coach young men through select summer baseball leagues and at his church in Southlake, Texas.

 

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